Wing Python IDE version 7.1.2 has been released. It adds a How-To for
using Wing with Docker, allows disabling code warnings from the tooltip
displayed over the editor, adds support for macOS 10.15 (Catalina),
supports code folding in JSON files, adds optional word wrapping for
output in the Testing tool, and fixes about 25 minor usability issues.
== Some Highlights of Wing 7.1 ==
* Support for Python 3.8: Wing 7.1 supports editing, testing, and
debugging code written for Python 3.8, so you can take advantage of
assignment expressions and other improvements introduced in this new
version of Python.
* Improved Code Warnings: Wing 7.1 adds unused symbol warnings for
imports, variables, and arguments found in Python code. This release
also improves code warnings configuration, making it easier to disable
* Cosmetic Improvements: Wing 7.1 improves the auto-completer, project
tool, and code browser with redesigned icons that make use of Wing's
icon color configuration. This release also improves text display on
some Linux systems, supports Dark Mode on macOS, and improves display of
Python code and icons found in documentation.
* And More: Wing 7.1 also adds a How-To for using Wing with Docker, the
ability to disable code warnings from tooltips on the editor, support
for macOS 10.15 (Catalina), code folding in JSON files, word wrapping
for output in the Testing tool, support for Windows 10 native OpenSSH
installations for remote development, and many minor improvements. This
release drops support for macOS 10.11. System requirements remain
unchanged on Windows and Linux.