There are two PyCharm editions: Community and Professional.
Both are downloadable from JetBrains website. Additionally, there is another edition, PyCharm Edu. JetBrains recommend this edition, if you are learning or teaching Programming with Python.
The supported platforms are Windows, Linux and macOS.
To install PyCharm on:
- Windows: Run the .exe file and follow the instructions of PyCharm Setup wizard
- Linux: Unpack the .tar.gz archive into any directory within your home directory
- OS X: Open the .dmg package, and drag PyCharm to the Applications folder
Go to the download page, choose the desired edition and go through the classic installer.
There are two options on how to install PyCharm on Linux which depends on if your distro supports ppa packages.
If your distro doesn’t support ppa packages or simply you want download PyCharm directly to the JetBrains website, follow this procedure:
<pycharm-professional or pycharm-community>-*.tar.gzfile from the download page.
<pycharm-professional or pycharm-community>-*.tar.gzfile to a different folder, if your current "Download" folder doesn’t support file execution
tar xfz <pycharm-professional or pycharm-community>-*.tar.gz <new_archive_folder>
Switch to the bin directory:
cd <new archive folder>/<pycharm-professional or pycharm-community>-*/bin
If your distro supports ppa packages, type this in the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mystic-mirage/pycharm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pycharm
If you are not sure about this information, choose the first method.
Go to the download page, choose the desired edition and open the .dmg package, and drag PyCharm to the Applications folder.
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Getting started with PyCharm – Installation or Setup - CodeDay