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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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Wing Pro is a Python IDE that can be used to develop, test, and debug Python code written for Jupyter, an open source scientific notebook system: http://wingware.com/blog/jupyter


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Remote Python Development with Wing Pro 6 - edit, test, debug, and manage Python code running on remote hosts: http://wingware.com/blog/remote-development

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Hello there,

There's a feature of PyCharm that I'm interested in but it's only available for the paid version and I don't like their subscription model. The feature is called "Remote Interpreter" here's what they say about it:

"Using a remote Python interpreter instead of a local one lets you run, debug and profile your application on a production-like or testing environment, be it the real server or a virtualized one created with Vagrant or Docker."

https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/features/tools.html

I have a docker image running locally and I want to connect Wing IDE to the python environment in that image. Does Wing IDE have something similar to this feature? or is there any plans in the future for implementing something like this?

Thanks!

hey, how do i force the source assistant?

let's say i have a method the accept v as a parameter, 
the IDE doesn't know it,but i know that v MUST be an integer(for example), for the sake of autocompletion , how do i tell the IDE that v is an integer? (or any other class).
thanks

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Debugging Python code running on Raspberry Pi with Wing IDE: http://wingware.com/blog/raspberry-pi

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