PyCharm 2017.1.3 Out Now!

We’re happy to announce that PyCharm 2017.1.3 is now available. You can get it now from our website, or using the updater in PyCharm.

Improvements since PyCharm 2017.1.2:

  • Test runner issues: django-nose tests, stdout from tests, and various other fixes
  • Pyramid project creation with Chameleon templates
  • The issue which caused our community edition installer for macOS to be unsigned has been fixed
  • An issue that caused PyCharm to freeze on startup has been resolved
  • Several bugs related to React support have been fixed
  • macOS terminal locale detection
  • As always, you can read the further details in the release notes

We’d like to thank the users who tried the EAP versions of this release for helping us make sure that this version of PyCharm is of the quality you expect from a JetBrains IDE.

If you’d like to see new PyCharm features before we release them, try out the EAP version of our next release.

PyCharm Team
-The Drive to Develop

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15 Responses to PyCharm 2017.1.3 Out Now!

  1. John says:

    Should there be an update from 2017.1.2? Just checked Help | Check for Updates and said that there was not one.

  2. Patrick says:

    same here. I got PyCharm 2017.1.2 and it said it’s up-to-date.

  3. Damon Lynch says:

    I also cannot update from 2017.1.2, using either the Toolbox or the in application Help | Check for Updates command.

  4. George says:

    Same issue with update here

  5. Sammie says:

    Appears the update has not yet come down the update servers yet, as noted by others. Early Access Program can find the 2017.1.3 RC 2 bug fix however Beta / Public Preview and Stable releases have no updates. Didn’t see anywhere in the notes about having to download the full source and do a re-install.

  6. joey daniel darko says:

    Hey Jetbrains, really grateful for this wonderful IDE, but version 2017.1.2 doesnt seem to create folders when i initiate a django project. It just leaves everything bare

    • Ernst Haagsman says:

      Are you getting an error message? Is Django being installed correctly into the interpreter you chose for the project?

  7. Sergey Vlasov says:

    There is an update for Toolbox itself. When installed it prompts for PyCharm update as well.

  8. Alon Diamant says:

    What about this infuriating issue?
    Can we please solve it already?

  9. GAILLET says:

    2017.1.3 is not really fun. Don’t close, use a lot of resource… I think that if you are using 2017.1.2 you can wait the 2017.1.4 version or wait for path ;(

  10. Robert Hexter says:

    2017.1.3.exe from download does not install.
    Hangs at select installation folder selection. Hitting next does nothing.
    I have to kill it from the task manager.. not great for those of us trying it..

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