PyCharm 3.0 EAP build 130.1451 available!

Having launched our Early Access Program for PyCharm 3.0 a month ago, today we are announcing the new PyCharm 3.0 EAP build 130.1451. This brand-new build is already available for download on our EAP page. Just as always, this EAP build can be used for 30 days since its release date and does not require any license.

Since the announcement of the first 3.0 EAP build many new features have appeared. So we’re excited to announce the following major new features in this second 3.0 EAP build:

  • Embedded local terminal is now supported. Tools | Open Terminal…:

As you can see it’s full-featured terminal with coloring. So for example VIM looks like:

Cool! Isn’t it? And the last terminal demo is with Midnight Commander:

Perfect! No need to leave the IDE while development at all!

  • In addition to the already implemented Web2Py support, the Pyramid web framework is now supported:

  • The new Move function refactoring is a good supplement to Pycharm’s refactorings stack:

  • The brand-new Locate duplicates tool allows to examine your code and find different code duplicates. This tool works for different languages and is highly configurable:

  • The Language injection tool that allows editing the arbitrary language code that is embedded into string literals natively with the completion and other stuff:

The Language injection tool is configurable. You can find its settings in Settings > Project Settings | Language Injections:

  • Some more improvements in code insight and inspections

Please refer to PyCharm 130.1451 release notes for the complete list of features and fixed bugs in this build.

Grab it while it’s hot! Note that no patch-based update is available for this build.

Review the PyCharm 3.0 Roadmap page to see our future plans. Please report any bugs and feature requests to our Issue Tracker. Give us your feedback in our forum.

Enjoy productive development with PyCharm and simply…

Develop with pleasure!
-PyCharm Team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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25 Responses to PyCharm 3.0 EAP build 130.1451 available!

  1. John Rhodes says:

    You guys are the best. Finally, Language injection! :D

    And we get a terminal inside PyCharm! :D Thanks Dimitry and the team! :D

  2. Alexey says:

    Any chance to have a remote terminal in PyCharm?

  3. Yury V. Zaytsev says:

    Hi Dmitry, the screenshot with mc looks pretty damn impressive! Kudos from the maintainers of mc ;-) and keep up good work!

  4. Steve Piercy says:

    I am very happy to see both the embedded Terminal window for shell and Pyramid support. No more switching between a shell and PyCharm. Thank you!

  5. Paul Everitt says:

    Pyramid support, yay!

  6. Bastian Hoyer says:

    I <3 you, guys ;)

  7. jtonic says:

    Great work

    Can we have embedded local terminal in Idea as well?

    Regards

  8. Jazeps says:

    Thank you team PyCharm! I had to go back to PyCharm 2.7 this weekend because 30 days ran out, glad it’s back again. I’m happy about the move refactoring because that’s a feature someone from my team asked me about yesterday and I said I’m afraid it’s not in 2.7!

  9. Jazeps says:

    One question though: when will you add Bash syntax highlighting support (unless you already have it and I just can’t see it)? Is there a plan for that?

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  12. John Rhodes says:

    Will you be adding a new version of the EAP every month, otherwise, I will just stick to version 2.

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Every EAP release has 30-days built-in license… After this period EAP becomes obsolete and you’ll be not able to proceed with this particular release anymore.

  13. Vladimir Semenov says:

    What about issue http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-6237 ? It would be great to have it fixed in this release!

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Yes, We’ll try to fix it prior to the 3.0 release, however there are several bugs with higher priority we need to focus on as well. Anyway, we will have series of minor bugfix updates right after the major release, so this bug will be fixed asap.

  14. Daniel Serodio says:

    That’s great, when will these features appear in IntelliJ’s Python plugin?

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Apparently after the PyCharm release. However we have no exact time frame for that at the moment. You know, Python plugin release depends on both PyCharm and IDEA releases.

  15. Alex Besogonov says:

    This PyCharm EAP expires in 3 days. Is there going to be a new release or can I use 2.7 license for the EAP?

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Hi,
      there will be one more EAP. There is no way to use any license for EAP releases. There is only 30-days built-in.

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