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mwayne
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PyCharm Community Edition Portable 2018.1.3 Dev Test 1

Application: PyCharm Community Edition
Category: Development
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ALL PYTHON TOOLS IN ONE PLACE

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PyCharm is designed by programmers, for programmers, to provide all the tools you need for productive Python development.(Source: Homepage)

Download PyCharm Community Edition Portable 2018.1.3 Dev Test 1 English [138.5MB download / 347.6MB installed]
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Release Notes:
2018.1.3 Dev Test 1 (2018-05-25): Update base app
2017.3.3 Dev Test 1 (2018-01-25): Update base app
2017.3 Dev Test 1 (2017-12-11): Update base app
2017.2 Dev Test 1 (2017-08-04): Initial release

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It's great to see this but...

I've installed it and also jPortable but it still says it needs a Java environment to run. I've been hoping for a portable version of pyCharm for a long time--it's an excellent IDE. I'm looking forward to seeing this work once it is all set up.

I tried it with the PortableApps Launcher (which I don't use) and it works. Very cool.

mwayne
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Updated PyCharm Portable to 2017.3 DT1

Update base app

codeprezzer
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64-bit version?

The best IDE and now on Portable - cool Smile
Installed parallel to existing PyCharm 2017.3.1 CE and imported settings.jar - everything works nice.

Compared the About info:
PyCharm 2017.3.1 (Community Edition)
Build #PC-173.3942.36, built on December 13, 2017
JRE: 1.8.0_152-release-1024-b8 amd64
JVM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o
Windows 10 10.0

PyCharm 2017.3 (Community Edition)
Build #PC-173.3727.137, built on November 28, 2017
JRE: 1.8.0_152-b16 x86
JVM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM by Oracle Corporation
Windows 10 10.0

Is this "2017.3 Dev Test 1" a 32-bit version or just using/pointing 32-bit Java? (my JAVA_HOME=C:\PortableApps\CommonFiles\Java64 and Path=...C:\PortableApps\CommonFiles\Java64\bin; )

Thanks,

mwayne
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Updated PyCharm Portable to 2017.3.3 DT1

Update base app

codeprezzer
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Updated over the previous version and working great

Also Java versions are now correctly 64-bit (regarding to my previous comment, probably due to some old config on my own environment was pointing incorrectly to 32-bit = later did Java cleanup on the PC).

Thanks!

mwayne
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Updated PyCharm Portable to 2018.1.3 DT1

Update base app

Drazick
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Connect with WinPython

Hi,

I have portable installation of WinPython (Namely no system wide registered System Variable for Python).
Is there a way to connect the two?

Namely on launch of PyCharm it will use the WinPython environment?

mwayne
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Possible

I will add this feature in the next release.

Drazick
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Great!

Namely I will be able to give it the path to WinPython and it will work?
Or you create a PAF for WinPython with PyCharm launcher?

Man you're spoiling us!

Juano
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Non-admin install

How can I make a non-admin 'installation'?
I have no admin permissions where I am, that's why I decided to use the portable version.
Can you help me?

Thanks.

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