Announcing the PyCharm 4.0.4 release update
As the first week of the New Year 2015 is almost gone, PyCharm team is excited to present the first PyCharm update of this year – PyCharm 4.0.4 build 139.1001.
This update contains a lot of improvements: IPython Notebook integration, the debugger, the embedded local terminal, Git and Subversion support, resolve of class references, Lettuce support, CSS support – all this have got our attention.
Also there is one small but handy feature. If you open a Python console tool window and would like to have more then one consoles there, now there is a special button just for that:
The full list of all the fixes and improvements is available in the release notes.
As usual, please report any problem you have to our issue tracker.
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