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It's true that PyCharm doesn't bundle all of the plugins available in the other IDEs. We're still working on getting the Docker support updated to the new-style in the beta. But perhaps you could make a feature request in the issue tracker and lobby for some votes. :)

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Done. Take a look at https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-20352 . BTW I definitively prefer the Docker support to be worked on than extending Heroku support. I'm debugging some app crashing case on Heroku deployment and that makes me wonder about switching to a different platform ;)

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I want Heroku support in Pycharm

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