Announcing PyCharm 3.1.3

The PyCharm 3.1.3 build 133.1347 has been uploaded and is now available from the download page. It also will be available shortly as a patch update from within the IDE.

This minor bug update delivers a significant fix in the debugger to properly support Python 3.4 (PY-12317). This fix for core Python support effectively works for both free and open source PyCharm Community Edition and full-fledged PyCharm Professional Edition.

Should you have any problems or queries with this release please file them to our Issue Tracker.

So what’s coming up next? We’re still working on PyCharm 3.4. The first PyCharm 3.4 Early Access Preview build is almost ready to be revealed and we aim to release it on this week.

Develop with pleasure!
-PyCharm team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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7 Responses to Announcing PyCharm 3.1.3

  1. Marcin says:

    Great :). Is PyCharm 3.4 going to support multiple cursors and selections like IDEA?

  2. dontcare says:

    PyCharm 3.4? What happened to PyCharm 3.2 and 3.3?

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      By versioning PyCharm with 3.4 we’d like to express it’s modern nature. The most latest Python interpreter is Python 3.4 so we follow the latest interpreter versioning.

  3. Dustin Wyatt says:

    I see a highly-upvoted issue on the WebStorm issue tracker about support for React.js’ JSX syntax. (

    If/when this comes to WebStorm will it also come to PyCharm? If so, how long does it take for WebStorm features to appear in PyCharm?

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      All new features of all products are supposed to be in the same trunk git branch. However releases goes from different branches. As for example WebStorm 8 is based on branch #135 and PyCharm 3.1 is on older branch #131 – that’s why new webstorm features are not in PyCharm 3.1 and all WebStorm new or updated plugins are not compatible with PyCharm 3.1. PyCharm 3.4 which is going to appear very soon is based on branch 135 as well. So it will contain all the new current features of Webstorm 8. About the new features of WebStorm – they will be in PyCharm as soon as PyCharm and WebStorm will be on the same branch. So for example next WebStorm release is not scheduled yet, assume it will be from 137 branch, so once next PyCharm release will hit this branch there will be all fixes and features of WebStorm. There is another way to get some features from from foreign branch – to transfer them from one branch to another. However it happens rarely, mostly in case of severe bugs

      • Dustin Wyatt says:

        Thanks for the insight, Dmitry.

        PyCharm makes such a difference in my development, I’m always eager for it to integrate support for the technologies I’m currently working with.

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