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Wing Python IDEs version 6.0.11 have been released. This release implements auto-save and restore for remote files, adds a Russian translation of the UI (thanks to Alexandr Dragukin), improves remote development error reporting and recovery after network breaks, correctly terminates SSH tunnels when switching projects or quitting, fixes severe network slowdown seen on High Sierra, auto-reactivates expired annual licenses without restarting Wing, and makes about 20 other improvement: http://wingware.com/news/2018-03-21

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Wing Python IDEs version 6.0.10 have been released. This release adds support for Python 3.7 and the new breakpoint() builtin, improves reliability of remote development through network breaks, improves display of names for threads started with the threading module, fixes detecting the Python interpreter for Nuke, adds support for cygwin Python 3.6, and makes about 40 other improvements: http://wingware.com/news/2018-02-13 #python

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Wing Python IDE v. 6.0.9 has been released, adds Vagrant support and other improvements: http://wingware.com/news/2017-12-13

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Using Wing Pro for Remote Python Web Development: How to set up Python development on a remote host, using a full-featured Python IDE. Debugging takes place in the context of the remote web server or framework in response to browser page loads: http://wingware.com/blog/remote-web-dev

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Using Wing Pro for Remote Python Web Development: How to set up Python development on a remote host, using a full-featured Python IDE. Debugging takes place in the context of the remote web server or framework in response to browser page loads: http://wingware.com/blog/remote-web-dev

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Using Wing Pro for Remote Python Web Development: How to set up Python development on a remote host, using a full-featured Python IDE. Debugging takes place in the context of the remote web server or framework in response to browser page loads: http://wingware.com/blog/remote-web-dev

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Using Wing Pro for Remote Python Web Development: http://wingware.com/blog/remote-web-dev -- this makes use of the improved externally launched remote debugging support released in Wing Pro v. 6.0.5.
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