PyCharm 2016.3 Release Candidate 2
We are happy to announce the availability of PyCharm 2016.3 RC 2. We are approaching the release of 2016’s third major PyCharm update, and it’s available for preview now. Download it now from the preview page.
Since the previous public preview we’ve fixed several bugs: details in the release notes.
If you haven’t seen our public preview yet, check out the preview page to learn about the features included in the new version. Some highlights:
- Better Django support
- Improved Python console
- Enhanced version control integration
- And much more
If you still have a perpetual license for an earlier version of PyCharm, we have a special offer for you! Don’t miss out on these new features: switch to a subscription and get 40% off forever. This offer is valid until the end of the year. Switch now in the JetBrains store.
Although we do our best to make sure that release candidates work well, if you experience any issues please report them on our issue tracker. Of course new feature requests are welcome there as well!
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