PyCharm 3.1.1 and Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 13 have been released

Today we’ve published PyCharm 3.1.1 update!
We’re continuously working on improving the quality of PyCharm, thereby the final release of PyCharm 3.1.1 includes a number of essential fixes. PyCharm 3.1.1 has the same set of fixes as the last PyCharm 3.1.1 RC build 133.865 had. So the release notes for PyCharm 3.1.1 RC also apply to this final PyCharm 3.1.1 release build 133.881. The most notable fixes in PyCharm 3.1.1 are: hangs while indexing, test runner and file sync when switching to/from terminal tabs fixes.

We know that many of you have been looking for IntelliJ IDEA Python plugin update, because we received a lot of questions about that. Fortunately, recently we’ve published the updated Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 13. It is available now and can be used with both IntelliJ IDEA 13 Community and Ultimate editions. So be sure you download the correct Python plugin for your IntelliJ IDEA edition. Here is the Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition and here is for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition. This updated plugin contains the functionality comparable with latest PyCharm 3.1.

Check out what’s new in PyCharm 3.1 and updated Python plugin.

Visit our confluence page to learn more about PyCharm and Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA.

Stay tuned for further updates, and if you encounter any problems with this new update, please report them to our public tracker!

Develop with pleasure
-PyCharm team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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15 Responses to PyCharm 3.1.1 and Python plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 13 have been released

  1. Ariel says:

    I love the new edition :-)
    Well done PyCharm team!

  2. Roger Erens says:

    Your feature comparison page on IDEA 13 mentions the Python plugin only to be available for the Ultimate Edition.

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Roger, thank you! It’s a bug. We do have 2 plugins one for Community and another for Ultimate – with PyCharm Community and Professional support respectively.

  3. Gaëtan de Menten says:

    I just upgraded from 3.1 final to 3.1.1 *via 3.1.1rc (I am on EAP channel) and all my shelved changes have disappeared. I got pretty worried for a few seconds as I have quite a lot of stuff in there. Fortunately, they were still there in config/shelf but somehow they were not accessible from within PyCharm. Importing them manually fixed the problem for me but you might want to look into it to prevent someone having an heart-attack ;-).

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  5. Seth Williams says:

    The new edition is awesome. Great work PyCharm team. We have some tutorials on java security at if you would like to check it out.

  6. Fabian says:

    Can IPython be integrated with the Pluging the same way it can be integrated to PyCharm?

  7. dedoig says:

    In general, will IntelliJ IDEA (with plugin) have approximately the same Python development functionality as PyCharm, except for some time lag?


  8. madhu says:

    Will Pycharm 3.1.1 supports BDD framwork?

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