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Nuget is a .NET package management system, and there is no point in integrating it with PyCharm. The Python community has its own package management system, the PyPI, and it's fully integrated into PyCharm 2.5.

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My apologies, I should have specify that what I see very useful in nuget is its javascript import features (not .net plugin integration), something that would fit very well in pycharm web dev.

For instance, as in jsFiddle, you can add javascript libraries very easily in the visualstudio project from this plugin.

One can see a pycharm equivalent plugin as a way to deal w/ both javascript and css frameworks.

With the nuget plugin, you're aware when an updated javascript library is available, get the debug or minified version based on context and so on.

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