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.
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