PyCharm or IntelliJ?

Hi all, just a quick question. I am a PyCharm user with a license that has recently expired (The license expired around the middle of November).

I am wondering whether I should renew with a PyCharm license or an Intellij license. I have been doing a fair bit of personal work on Scala lately

and thus it would be nice to have access to the features of IntelliJ Ultimate while also retaining the Python features of PyCharm.

If I purchase an Intellij license can I rely on JetBrains to ensure that the Python plugin for Intellij will generally provide the same features

as PyCharm?

Thanks

Adam

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Hello Adam,

The Python plugin is built from the same codebase as PyCharm, so it will

provide the same functionality. The main difference is the project configuration

UI, which is, and will remain, different between IntelliJ and PyCharm.

Hi all, just a quick question. I am a PyCharm user with a license that

has recently expired (The license expired around the middle of

November).

I am wondering whether I should renew with a PyCharm license or an

Intellij license. I have been doing a fair bit of personal work on

Scala lately

and thus it would be nice to have access to the features of IntelliJ

Ultimate while also retaining the Python features of PyCharm.

If I purchase an Intellij license can I rely on JetBrains to ensure

that the Python plugin for Intellij will generally provide the same

features as PyCharm?

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Python and Ruby all work great within IntelliJ. 

I ended up buying separate copies of each, but that has to do more with the way I like working and the projects I am working on.

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