PyCharm build 94.582 is available

Dmitry Jemerov

We’ve just released a new EAP build of PyCharm. In additional to the usual slew of bugfixes and minor improvements, it includes two new major features:

  • Integrated REPL consoles for Python and Django, just described in Oleg’s post;
  • Google App Engine support.
  • The new Google App Engine support allows you to create Google App Engine projects, run then in the development server, and upload them to the App Engine site. While developing your project, you can enjoy code completion in App Engine YAML files and inside GQL queries (for keywords, model names and attribute names). PyCharm also provides a number of App Engine specific inspections, for example, highlighting code which is not allowed in the sandbox environment.

    Of course, this is just an initial version of the feature, and you’re welcome to suggest enhancements in our issue tracker.

    You can download PyCharm from the EAP page, or find the complete list of changes for the new build in the Release Notes page.

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    6 Responses to PyCharm build 94.582 is available

    1. Stefán Baxter says:

      March 24, 2010

      The installation package seems to be broken

      • yole says:

        March 25, 2010


        What OS are you using? What exactly does not work for you?

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      March 25, 2010

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    3. Ilya Vassilevsky says:

      March 28, 2010

      This is wonderful! Now Python geeks will have a nice IDE for App Engine too 🙂
      However, I’m trying to create an AppEngine project and PyCharm won’t let me do it, keeps saying “Please enter correct application name” even though I entered all values correctly:
      Windows XP SP3. Eclipse with Google plugin deploys a Java app to AppEngine without trouble.

    4. Oleg Shpynov says:

      March 29, 2010


      Best way for troubleshooting is visiting PyCharm forum at:


    5. yole says:

      March 29, 2010


      This problem (not accepting dashes in the app name) is already fixed, and the fix will be included in the next PyCharm EAP.


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