New PyCharm 2.0 EAP build: onward with Mako, Jinja2 and Cython
Since the release of the previous EAP build, we’ve made significant progress improving many of the new features that have appeared in the previous EAP builds. Just to give a few highlights:
- Cython now features a full type system (correct resolve and completion of members after a dot) and a formatter;
- Jinja2 has working completion for filter and test names;
- Mako has a new structure view and a formatter;
- The i18n support in Django templates has a new UI for navigating from templates to .po files.
Also, we’ve inherited a few goodies from our IntelliJ Platform foundation, the most visible of which is a new look & feel for toolwindows. The UI work is still in progress; your feedback on the UI changes is very much welcome.
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