Where can I get JDK 6 - is this included in the Mac OSX Snow Leopard?

I am new to the Django IDE for the mac.    If I try out the Free Demo and start a project with it (assuming it's not crippled),  then decide to pay for it later,    will I be able to continue development of the project?

Another question - Will I be able to develop my app (off line) on my Mac Laptop,  then when finished,  how easy is it to move the app over to a server that supports Django-Python.

Does this application have embedded within itself a database like mySQL,   or does it depend on mySQL to be installed,    if so,   what versions of mysql does it support,   and does the IDE also embed a SQL client I can use to modify,  create,  and make the necessary SQL tables.

John

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Hello John,

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I am new to the Django IDE for the mac.    If I try out the Free Demo

and start a project with it (assuming it's not crippled),  then decide

to pay for it later,    will I be able to continue development of the

project?

JDK 6 is included on the Mac, you don't need to install it separately.

The evaluation version of PyCharm is fully identical to the full version,

except for the time limit. You'll certainly be able to continue development

once you buy a full version.

Another question - Will I be able to develop my app (off line) on my

Mac Laptop,  then when finished,  how easy is it to move the app over

to a server that supports Django-Python.

There are a number of options for deploying Django applications, and in general

it doesn't matter whether you use an IDE to develop them or not - the deployment

procedure is the same.

Does this application have embedded within itself a database like

mySQL,   or does it depend on mySQL to be installed,    if so,   what

versions of mysql does it support,   and does the IDE also embed a SQL

client I can use to modify,  create,  and make the necessary SQL

tables.

PyCharm doesn't include any database server, and doesn't at the moment include

an SQL client. You can use any version of MySQL that Django itself supports.

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

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