The work on PyCharm 2.7 proceeds as planned, with the final release just a few days away. Today we’ve published the Release Candidate of PyCharm 2.7, with a number of bugfixes and improvements compared to the Beta build. Especially noteworthy are improvements to the formatter (including several new options in the code style settings), several significant performance improvements and a number of fixes for the inspections and remote interpreters.
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