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 as initial i18n support
Also, we’ve added a new, more affordable, ‘Academic’ license. It allows students and teachers to use PyCharm for non-commercial purposes, including education and research. Learn more about the Academic license.
Note: PyCharm 1.2 is a free update for all PyCharm licensees.
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