The last PyCharm 3.1 Release Candidate 2
Yes, it’s that time again! After a few days of bug fixing and careful testing since previous PyCharm 3.1 RC we are so close to the final PyCharm 3.1 release. Since the upcoming release build is going to be very stable, we decided to give it an additional spin. So today we are announcing the availability of the second and most probably the last PyCharm 3.1 Release Candidate.
The last couple of days we’ve been only fixing bugs. So no any new functionality in this build. The complete list of bug fixes can be found in the Release Notes.
Please download this final PyCharm 3.1 Release Candidate 2 for your platform from the EAP page and give it a try. Should you encounter any problems with this release, please report them to our public tracker immediately.
The final release of PyCharm 3.1 was planned for this week. Hopefully, if no major problems arise we’ll announce it tomorrow!
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