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Fri Oct 15 20:09:36 CEST 2010
On Oct 14, 4:16 pm, Jeffrey Gaynor <jgay... at ncsa.uiuc.edu> wrote:
> Yip. I'm using it and for the most part like it. But...
> I used their Java IDE for years (it totally rocks, highly recommended), so I it is very comfortable to use PyCharm.
> One thing that bugs me in refactoring though is that renaming a method or variable does not necessarily work. It's supposed to track down all references and correctly change them, but it tends to be hit or miss. No problem though, since I just do a search of the files in question and do it manually. Still, the Java refactoring engine works very well indeed and id one of their major selling points. Code completion works, you can specify different Python versions (helpful) and there is Django support.
> The debugger, though I have only had limited use for it, does seem to work well too.
> Certainly give it a shot. The only other IDE I found that was remotely close to it was Komodo which costs a lot more (Jetbrains is offering a 50% off coupon as a promotional offer for a while.)
> Hope this helps...
Thanks for the answer.
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