PyCharm 2.6.2 update available
The promised PyCharm 2.6.2 update is available. It contains critical fixes related to symlink handling, remote interpreters and copy/paste functionality in the editor. Some problems are fixed in code insight and the Django support. There’s also one small but nice addition — you can now use Zen coding in your Jinja2 files.
We’re currently composing the list of features for the next PyCharm version and all good pythonistas should easily guess which version usually follows 2.5 and 2.6 :)
Stay tuned for further updates!
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