Announcing PyCharm 3.1.2 Release Candidate
Happy Friday everyone!
We are happy to announce the availability of the PyCharm 3.1.2 Release Candidate. Since the previous bugfix update of PyCharm 3.1, we’ve gathered a lot of fixes, enhancements and performance improvements in various PyCharm’s subsystems. We’re almost ready to release them to you as PyCharm 3.1.2, but before we do that, we’d like to make sure that the build is good enough and doesn’t contain any showstoppers. That’s why we’re releasing PyCharm 3.1.2 RC today.
Installers for PyCharm 3.1.2 RC (build 133.1143) can be found on Early Access Preview page.
The complete list of changes can be found here: PyCharm 3.1.2 RC release notes
Patch updates from previous versions should be available soon. Just make sure you’ve enabled the “Early Access Preview” update channel in your update settings. In case you want to keep your current PyCharm installation untouched, but still want to try new RC version, please don’t use patch update, but install the new version alongside from scratch.
We hope there will be no major bugs in this build so we’ll finally release it as PyCharm 3.1.2 on the next week.
As always, please report any problem you found to our public issue tracker. Thus you help us making PyCharm better.
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