Announcing the PyCharm 4.0.5 release update
Today we’re glad to announce the immediate availability of the PyCharm 4.0.5 update.
It’s already available for download from our website. It also will be available soon as a patch update from within the IDE (from PyCharm 4.x only).
As a recap, this minor bug update delivers a critical fix for broken code insight for PyPy, an important fix for debugging multi-process Pyramid and Google App Engine projects, a few important fixes for Django 1.7 support, a couple of fixes for unresolved NumPy functions and a fix for deprecation warning when using Behave.
For further details on the bug fixes, please consult the Release Notes.
As usual, please report any problem you found in the Issue Tracker.
So what’s coming up next? We’re still working on the next release of PyCharm 4.1. The first PyCharm 4.1 Early Access Preview build is going to be revealed soon, so stay tuned.
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