PyCharm 2.6 is here! Grab it while it’s hot and cheap

While being even more distributed than usually with part of the team at DjangoCon we’ve managed to complete the tasks we planned for PyCharm 2.6.

This update brings some big new features and many important improvements to the IDE:

  • Class diagrams for any Python project, model relationships diagrams for Django, Google App Engine projects and SQLAlchemy ORM.
  • Development of Web applications using the Flask microframework.
  • Python 3.3 support.
  • Many improvements in code analysis routines for Python and Django.
  • Other additions for more productive coding.

Read more about the new features and download PyCharm 2.6 for your platform. Or select “Check for updates” from your IDE to update without re-downloading.

PyCharm 2.6 is a free update for everyone who purchased their license after Sep 4th, 2011.

With the summer gone, it is just the time to run our yearly Back To School sale! And if you are not a proud owner of PyCharm license yet, you have a chance to save 40% off a personal license for the best Python and Django IDE.

This year we’ve expanded the list of products on sale. You can get up to 50% OFF when purchasing personal licenses for the following products before September 14th:

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Your JetBrains Team

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8 Responses to PyCharm 2.6 is here! Grab it while it’s hot and cheap

  1. Big thanks for Flask support!

  2. Antonel Pazargic says:

    Great news (PyCharm 2.6 with lots of useful features) and a pleasant surprise (PyCharm 2.6 is a free update for everyone who purchased their license after Sep 4th, 2011. I bought a license on Sep 9th 2011).

    Congratulations PyCharm Team and keep developing this state-of-the-art Python IDE so as we continue to develop python with great pleasure!

  3. gilrain says:

    So, “check for update” in PyCharm (or any IntelliJ product) has only ever taken me to the download page, where I have to download, uninstall, and reinstall to actually upgrade. Is “Or select ‘Check for updates’ from your IDE to update without re-downloading.” just poorly phrased, or am I missing an easier way to upgrade?

  4. Francesco says:

    Thank you for Flask support

  5. Aldo says:

    Congratulations guys! PyCharm 2.6 is rock, I’m thinking what features you are thinking to 2.7 version.


  6. Aldo says:

    My suggestion feature for the next release that would certainly be very welcome is a python obscurador inside pycharm IDE, as we have in some ides for Java for example.

  7. Thomas says:

    Very cool. Thanks for the Flask and SQLAlchemy support!

    When will the Python plugin in IntelliJ be updated?

  8. Fabian Pedregosa says:

    Very nice release. I use PyCharm every day and I an very happy with it. The only downside I see is that it uses far too much memory — around 1GB for couple of small projects is definitely too much.

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