With the release of version 3, PyCharm has been forked into two paths: a free, Open-Source Community Edition; and the commercial, full-featured Professional Edition. Here are a few highlights of the different forks:
- Full-featured IDE for Python & Web development
- Supports Django, Flask, Google App Engine, Pyramid, web2py more...
- Now available in an Open-Source Community Edition and a Professional Edition
- [Comm] [Pro] Full-featured embedded local terminal
- [Pro] SQLAlchemy support
- [Pro] Support for Pyramid web framework
- [Pro] Web2Py framework support
- [Comm] [Pro] Web2Py framework support
- [Comm] [Pro] Configurable language injections
- [Comm] [Pro] more...
- OS X 10.5 or later
- JDK 6
- Python 2.4 or later, Jython, PyPy, or IronPython