PyCharm 2.5 Release Candidate

Since the release of PyCharm 2.5 Beta, we’ve received a lot of feedback from our users, and we have been working hard to polish the new features even further, as well as resolve some issues outstanding from older versions of PyCharm. Today’s Release Candidate build includes all of the fixes – and you can see that the list in the release notes is quite long.

The new build is available for download on the PyCharm 2.5 Preview site; if you’re currently running PyCharm 2.5 Beta, you can update from within the IDE.

If you run into some problems, please report them to YouTrack – there’s still a bit of time to fix them before the final release.

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One Response to PyCharm 2.5 Release Candidate

  1. Kevin Turner says:

    When you talk about new features here in the blog or on the product’s page, please include links to documentation on how to use them. Remote interpreters? Kill rings? Sweet! Looking forward to using them.

    (…as soon as I figure out how, and the extent of what they actually do.)

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