PyCharm build 96.438 is available

After an unusually long delay (hopefully there won’t be many more of those), we’re happy to announce that a new build of PyCharm is out.

  • The big new feature for this build is Mercurial integration. It’s based on the hg4idea-luciad plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 9, with a significant number of fixes and improvements developed by JetBrains – and we plan to keep on improving the plugin even further. Your feedback is very much welcome!
  • In the core Python language area, we’ve added support for properties by the code analysis engine, and support for isinstance calls by the type inference logic.
  • Django support has seen a ton of improvements in this build – better resolve and code completion for dynamically defined class members, better navigation between code and templates, more flexible project configuration, and much more.

The full list of improvements can be found in the release notes, and you can download PyCharm from the EAP page.

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4 Responses to PyCharm build 96.438 is available

  1. Gordon Tyler says:

    Great news! Is the Mercurial plugin going to be made available for IDEA 9 as well?

    • yole says:


      Our work on the Mercurial plugin targets only the IDEA 10 branch. For IDEA 9, you can continue using the third-party plugins.

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