Announcing PyCharm 3.0.2

We’re excited to announce the general availability of PyCharm 3.0.2. The PyCharm 3.0.2 release is the second update release of JetBrain’s latest 3.0.x series Python IDE.

Thanks everyone for extensive testing and problem reporting. You helped us a lot. All fixes go to both free and open-source PyCharm Community Edition and advanced PyCharm Professional Edition. So as a recap, some notable highlights of this release include:
– Terminal fixes for Windows
– Remote interpreters fixes
– Test runner for Django 1.6 fixes
– Formatter, VCS fixes and other

For further details on the bug fixes and changes, please consult the Release Notes.

PyCharm 3.0.2 installation sources can be found on PyCharm Download page.

As always, please report any problem you found in the issue tracker. Doing so you’re helping us making the best Python IDE ever.

If you would like to discuss your experiences with PyCharm, we look forward to your feedback on our public PyCharm forum and twitter.

Develop with Pleasure!
-PyCharm team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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12 Responses to Announcing PyCharm 3.0.2

  1. Gaëtan de Menten says:

    Works like a charm ;-). With each release, it gets better. I still have a couple of bugs annoying me. Is there any chance they get fixed if I take the time to report them on the issue tracker even though I am using the Community Edition?

  2. Harit says:

    Does that mean that now we also have new Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA?

  3. Ana says:

    Did you fix the console? I’m having terrible issues with it.

  4. Anthony Chad says:

    It says 3.0.2 is out, want to update with 5MB package.. So I click yes
    and then
    Failed to download patch file:
    What to do??
    Firewall is on Allow all.

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Sorry but we have broken patch update for community edition updating from 3.0 to 3.0.2… please install 3.0.2 from scratch and then remove 3.0 – thus you’ll preserve all your projects/settings

  5. Tim says:

    Does it play nicely with virtualenvwrapper?

    • Eric says:

      Did it not before? I use virtualenvwrapper and PyCharm and have never had issues with it before. Running 3.0.2 now and it’s fine, the same as ever.

  6. Alexey says:

    When Pycharm will be moved to Idea 13 platform (shift-shift search, etc.)?

  7. Alexey says:

    Ah, my license will expire at the end of Dec – need to upgrade it :)

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