Transition from PP to Release

Hi there,

first of all, thanks for the great product. I just started a python project and was astonished that there are so few profesisonal python IDEs out there. PyCharm really made my day.


Therefore, I would really like to use PyCharm now, but I wonder if PyCharm will be realaesed within my 45-day trial period. If not, I would have to switch to another IDE in the middle of the project – that would suck. So, is PyCharm going to be released in the beginning of June? Or is there a way to extend the preview period if its not?

cheers,

Janosch

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Hello Janosch,

Every build of PyCharm works for 45 days since the release date of the build.

We're releasing new builds of PyCharm usually every 10-20 days, so as long

as you upgrade to new builds regularly, you can continue using PyCharm until

its 1.0 release (which will most likely happen later than beginning of June).

first of all, thanks for the great product. I just started a python

project and was astonished that there are so few profesisonal python

IDEs out there. PyCharm really made my day.

Therefore, I would really like to use PyCharm now, but I wonder if

PyCharm will be realaesed within my 45-day trial period. If not, I

would have to switch to another IDE in the middle of the project –

that would suck. So, is PyCharm going to be released in the beginning

of June? Or is there a way to extend the preview period if its not?

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Great. Thanks!

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