Hotfix for PyPI compatibility for older PyCharm versions

Posted on by Dmitry Filippov

Latest versions of pip starting from v10.0 changed parts of their APIs. That’s why several older versions of PyCharm became incompatible with the newer pip versions. If you use previous PyCharm versions and want to use latest versions of pip, please update PyCharm. Here’s the list of Pycharm versions updated:

  • 2016.3.6
  • 2017.1.8
  • 2017.2.7
  • 2017.3.6

If you’re using a version with a minor update (last number) lower than those mentioned, please update PyCharm. If you wish to update to the latest version (2018.1.3 at the time of writing), get it here. If you wish to get one of the hotfixed older versions, you can find the appropriate release on our previous versions page.

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6 Responses to Hotfix for PyPI compatibility for older PyCharm versions

  1. Nic says:

    July 17, 2018

    My current version of PyCharm has Django support. Now it appears there’s only a community version for free that does not include Django support. What’s up with that?

  2. ethan brand says:

    May 31, 2019

    hey there my system is of windows 7 32 bit u r pycharm only supports 62 bit version OS so if there is any link for downloading pycharm 32 bit version send me. thank u

  3. Aahil Halani says:

    April 15, 2020

    athan brand:
    u have to check on 32 bit version after u install it. i think its for both version. i just searched it.

  4. jinuka bosilu says:

    April 17, 2020

    hey there my system is of windows 7 32 bit u r pycharm only supports 62 bit version OS so if there is any link for downloading pycharm 32 bit version send me. thank u

  5. taiwo says:

    June 5, 2020

    ho will i download pycharm for samsung pc windows 7 32bit
    please
    help

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