PyCharm 2.0 Release Candidate

The final release of PyCharm 2.0 is right around the corner, and now we’re giving you the last chance to test the new version before the final release and report any problems that you run into. Among the fixes and improvements that went into the new release, I would like to highlight the following:

  • “Open in Browser” (Alt-F2) now works for Django templates. PyCharm tries to figure out the URL of the view in your application that renders this particular template, and to open that URL. If it fails, it simply opens the template as a static HTML file.
  • The Move Statement action (Ctrl-Shift-Up/Down) has been rewritten and is much more reliable now.
  • The Google App Engine integration now supports the Python 2.7 runtime added in Google App Engine 1.6.0.

The new version is available for download from the EAP page. As always, please submit your feedback to the issue tracker.

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7 Responses to PyCharm 2.0 Release Candidate

  1. Greg Taylor says:

    Doesn’t appear to be showing up in my PyCharm Beta 2’s Help->Check for Update yet. Is this in the works, or do I need to manually download the RC?

  2. Dmitry Jemerov says:

    “Check for updates” should work now.

  3. Greg Taylor says:

    Another great bunch of incremental improvements, but I still have lots of MouseEvent exceptions. For example:, ticket 324239.

  4. Stefan says:

    GAE 1.6.0/Python 2.7 support is not really working that good. PyCharm fails to recognize webapp2 import. The issue is fixed already. Still, I think it will take some time before we get this build for testing.

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