PyCharm 2.1 build 116.49; see you at PyCon!

Today we’ve released a new EAP build of PyCharm 2.1, build 116.49. The new build contains a number of bugfixes and improvements both in the new features added in version 2.1 and in the core Python support components.

And tomorrow, the entire PyCharm development team (Dmitry J., Dmitry T., Catherine, Andrey and Yulia) is flying to the US to participate in PyCon. We’ll have a booth there, we plan to give a lightning talk showcasing PyCharm, and we’re also staying for two days of sprints — so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to talk to us and maybe even hack together on a fun open-source project. See you in Santa Clara!

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6 Responses to PyCharm 2.1 build 116.49; see you at PyCon!

  1. Steven says:

    This is great. Couple issues.

    1.) When using a virtualenv and I launch runserver – I see that my environment is only set to the bin directory of the virtualenv. I suppose this is intentional? There should be a button to say inherit system paths in addition too.
    2.) Where are the package requirements stored at. I do have a requirements.txt file and it contains the following line:

    -e svn+
    -e git+
    -e git://

    That said I am a dialog which displays the following:

    Package requirements ‘-e’, ‘-e’, ‘-e’, ‘ wsgiref==0.1.2’ are not satisfied.

    As you can see I don’t have a -e specified but 3 others do have this requirement. This appears to be a bug.

  2. Robert says:

    Have fun at PyCon!

  3. Bastian says:

    I know there are already bugreports for that issue, but I think with the new virtualenv create feature it is again more important to be able to ignore folders in the project for the TODO search.

    Just after installing the requirements for my flask app I get 118 Todos in 54 Files which make this function more or less useless for me.

  4. EML says:

    It was great seeing you guys at PyCon – thanks for such a good, helpful product. Cheers!

  5. Fred Palmer says:

    Thanks for coming all the way from St Petersburg for Pycon – you guys are awesome.

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