The PyCharm 3.4.1 Release Candidate is now available
PyCharm 3.4 – the brand-new major release of our intelligent Python IDE – has been released just a bit more than a week ago and now we’re almost ready to release the minor 3.4.1 bug-fix update. Today we’ve published the PyCharm 3.4.1 RC build 135.1049, which is already available for download and evaluation from the EAP page.
The full list of fixes and improvements for this build can be found in the release notes. The most notable among them are: a fix for unexpected hangs and freezes of the IDE, a Python debugger console fix, a fix for running a Django server on a remote host and fixes for Django and Jinja template tags.
The build is available for download, and you can also use the patch-based upgrade to upgrade from within the IDE (from PyCharm 3.4 only) without a full reinstallation.
If no problems will occur with this build in the coming days, we’ll release PyCharm 3.4.1 on this week. Anyway, if you encounter problems, please file them to our public tracker.
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