PyCharm 2.6 Release Candidate
We’ve received a fair amount of feedback for our beta release (thanks everyone who reported issues!), and we’d like to give our users one final chance to try out a preview build and make sure there are no major problems remaining.
Today we’ve published the Release Candidate build of PyCharm 2.6. The changes worth noticing are fixes for performance issues caused by the Flask plugin, as well as some finishing touches to our Python 3.3 support. You can also check the complete release notes for the RC build.
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