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PyCharm
PyCharm Logo.svg
PyCharm 2021.1 Community Edition screenshot.png
PyCharm 2021.1 Community Edition
Developer(s)JetBrains
Initial release3 February 2010; 12 years ago (2010-02-03)[1]
Stable release
2022.1.3[2] Edit this on Wikidata / 22 June 2022; 10 days ago (22 June 2022)
Written inJava, Python
Operating systemWindows, macOS, Linux
Size174-555 MB
TypePython IDE
License
Websitewww.jetbrains.com/pycharm/
PyCharm Edu
PyCharm Edu Logo.svg
Developer(s)JetBrains
Initial release30 October 2014; 7 years ago (2014-10-30)[3]
Stable release
2022.1.1 (Build 221.5591.62) / 25 May 2022; 38 days ago (2022-05-25)[4]
Written inJava, Python
Operating systemWindows, macOS, Linux
Size320-430 MB
TypeIDE
LicenseApache License 2.0
Websitewww.jetbrains.com/pycharm-edu/

PyCharm is an integrated development environment (IDE) used in computer programming, specifically for the Python programming language. It is developed by the Czech company JetBrains (formerly known as IntelliJ).[5] It provides code analysis, a graphical debugger, an integrated unit tester, integration with version control systems (VCSes), and supports web development with Django as well as data science with Anaconda.[6]

PyCharm is cross-platform, with Windows, macOS and Linux versions. The Community Edition is released under the Apache License,[7] and there is also an educational version, as well as a Professional Edition with extra features (released under a subscription-funded proprietary license)

Features

It competes mainly with a number of other Python-oriented IDEs, including Eclipse's PyDev, and the more broadly focused Komodo IDE.

Plugins

PyCharm provides an API so that developers can write their own plugins to extend PyCharm features. Several plugins from other JetBrains IDE also work with PyCharm. There are more than 1000 plugins which are compatible with PyCharm.[10]

History

The beta version was released in July 2010, with the 1.0 arriving 3 months later. Version 2.0 was released on 13 December 2011, version 3.0 on 24 September 2013, and version 4.0 on 19 November 2014.[11]

PyCharm Community Edition, the open source version of PyCharm, became available on 22 October 2013.[7]

Pycharm release history[12]
Version Release date
1.1.1 18 January 2011
1.2.1 12 April 2011
1.5.4 29 August 2011
2.0.2 7 February 2012
2.5.2 29 June 2012
2.6.3 26 October 2012
2.7.4 11 May 2016
3.0.3 11 May 2016
3.1.4 11 May 2016
3.4.4 11 May 2016
4.0.7 11 May 2016
4.5.5 11 May 2016
5.0.6 18 November 2016
2016.1.5 18 November 2016
2016.2.3 7 September 2016
2016.3 23 November 2016
2017.1 24 March 2017
2017.2 26 July 2017
2017.3 29 November 2017
2018.1 28 March 2018
2018.2 25 July 2018
2018.3 21 November 2018
2019.1 27 March 2019
2019.2 24 July 2019
2019.3 2 December 2019
2020.1 8 April 2020
2020.2 29 July 2020
2020.3 2 December 2020
2021.1 7 April 2021
2021.2 28 July 2021
2021.3 1 December 2021
2022.1 13 April 2022

Licensing

See also

References

  1. ^ "JetBrains PyCharm - New Python IDE by creators of IntelliJ". news.ycombinator.com.
  2. ^ https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/download/other.html; retrieved: 28 June 2022.
  3. ^ "JetBrains Debuts PyCharm Educational Edition". JetBrains Blog. 21 March 2021.
  4. ^ "Get Your Educational Tool", JetBrains
  5. ^ "JetBrains Strikes Python Developers with PyCharm 1.0 IDE". eWeek.
  6. ^ Haagsman, Ernst (4 April 2019). "Collaboration with Anaconda, Inc". PyCharm Blog. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  7. ^ a b "PyCharm 3.0 Community Edition source code now available" 22 October 2013, Dmitry Jemerov, JetBrains blog
  8. ^ "Full-stack Web Development - Features | PyCharm". JetBrains. Retrieved 2 January 2020.
  9. ^ "Scientific & Data Science Tools - Features | PyCharm". JetBrains. Retrieved 2 January 2020.
  10. ^ "PyCharm Professional - Plugins | JetBrains". JetBrains Plugin Repository. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  11. ^ Filippov, Dmitry (19 November 2014). "Announcing General Availability of PyCharm 4". PyCharm Blog. Retrieved 24 February 2015.
  12. ^ "Release Notes for Pycharm". jetbrains.com.
  13. ^ "Features", JetBrains.com
  14. ^ a b License Comparison, JetBrains.com
  15. ^ "JetBrains Toolbox Subscription", JetBrains.com
  16. ^ "JetBrains Makes its Products Free for Students", 23 September 2014, Robert Demmer, JetBrains blog
  17. ^ "JetBrains/intellij-community". Retrieved 20 September 2016.