PyCharm 2.0.1 update
A quick information on the PyCharm 2.0.1 update that was released yesterday. Some of our users reported a major bug which led to loss of keyboard input in the editor after a paste operation on certain machines running Mac OS X. We’ve had to get out a fix for this as fast as possible, and we strongly recommend you to upgrade if you’re using Mac OS X. (Use “Help | Check for Update…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation.)
If you’re using Windows or Linux, feel free to skip this update and wait for PyCharm 2.0.2.
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