PyCharm 2.7.2 Release Candidate
Today we’ve released another preview build for PyCharm 2.7.2, and this time we believe it’s good enough to be called Release Candidate. Along with a bunch of Python specific fixes, the new build bring along a number of platform goodies such as the possibility to display the current line separators for a file and to change them in the editor status bar. This build also fixes a noteworthy regression in 129.19 which prevented refactorings and Find Usages from working correctly if the file in question was part of the Python interpreter paths.
The new build is available for download on the EAP page. Unfortunately patch-based upgrade from the previous EAP build is not available; you’ll need to download the complete installer if you’re currently running the build 129.19.
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