PyCharm 2.5 Public Beta available for download
We’ve made PyCharm 2.5 public Beta available at jetbrains.com earlier today!
We had mentioned before that the main theme of this release is package and environment management.
With the remote interpreters feature this release removes the local computer boundaries and allows you to easily run and debug your applications on remote hosts from PyCharm. The features we’ve added with regards to setup.py, packages installation and verification should make your work little easier and you can spend more time coding. And of course there’s a bunch of general improvements in IDE UI, performance and other aspects.
Read more about PyCharm 2.5 and download it to try the new features.
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Develop with pleasure!
The PyCharm Team
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