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PyCharm 3.1 EAP (build 133.551)

Christmas has come and then New Year and then Orthodox Christmas. And after all the holidays we are ready to present you the new build of PyCharm 3.1 Early Access Program! Among numerous changes the most notable are: Vagrant support … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.7 EAP build 124.253

Today we’ve released a new EAP build of PyCharm 2.7. The big new feature in this build is support for syntax highlighting based on TextMate bundles. TextMate bundles (also used by Sublime Text 2) have been created for most of … Continue reading

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New PyCharm 2.0 EAP build: Django i18n, multiprocess debugging

During the past two weeks, the PyCharm team has mostly been focused on bringing the features we’ve already started (such as Mako and Cython support) closer to release condition, rather than delivering splashy new stuff. However, there are some new … Continue reading

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Django Templates Debugging with PyCharm

While more new features are introduced to PyCharm 2.0, the older ones are also being developed — namely Django template debugger, which first appeared in version 1.5. Now I would like to promote it one more time in order to … Continue reading

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PyCharm 1.5 Released! Documentation, SQL/Database, Django templates debugging and more

PyCharm 1.5 final release is now available for download. It’s been an interesting version to work on. We’ve added a number of useful features that should make you more productive and your code better. Here are the main new features … Continue reading

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PyCharm 1.5 Early Access: ultimate docs support + Django templates debugging

Today we’re happy to announce the immediate availability of the first Early Access Preview build of PyCharm 1.5, the next major release of PyCharm. The big theme of this release is a comprehensive documentation support. PyCharm now understands not only … Continue reading

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PyCharm 1.2 released, with a new academic license type

PyCharm 1.2 is available for download. This minor update for our Python and Django IDE brings the following major changes: Support for Python 3.2 and Django 1.3 New UI for Find/Replace Python version compatibility inspection Syntax highlighting for .po files … Continue reading

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PyCharm 1.2 EAP — Django 1.3 support, initial i18n and fixes

You may have heard that Django 1.3 is coming soon. And we plan to be prepared, providing a timely PyCharm update that would work well with the new Django framework. It will be PyCharm 1.2. Today you are welcome to … Continue reading

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PyCharm build 96.243 is available

As the development of PyCharm gets ever closer to the beta release, we’ve been focusing less on major new features and more on small usability improvements and fixes – and you’ll find plenty of them in the release notes of … Continue reading

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REPL Console completion

Hi guys, Today I’ve decided to drop a couple of lines about new features of REPL and Django consoles built in PyCharm. The previous postsaid that completion and resolve were supported, however we thought that it would be pretty cool … Continue reading

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