PyCharm and Django | The PyCharm Blog

PyCharm and Django | The PyCharm Blog

In this post, we'll learn PyCharm had Django support from version 1.0. Over this time, the Django support has been gone through many changes, as well as many maintainers.In this episode of Early Access PyCharm, I talked to bo

PyCharm had Django support from version 1.0. Over this time, the Django support has been gone through many changes, as well as many maintainers.

In this episode of Early Access PyCharm, I talked to both Ilya (the previous maintainer of the Django support for PyCharm) as well as Aleksei (the current maintainer). Ilya currently works on WSL and SSH (as well as other remote interpreters and targets) and Aleksei is also hard at work on integrating PyPI info into development and package management inside PyCharm.

We talk about how Django support came to be, as well as the challenges with creating tooling that works for Django. The main issue here that we’ve had to contend with over the years is Django’s dynamic nature, as well as the way it handles settings (mostly inside strings).

We then talk about code completion, especially about getting better code completion for Django’s ORM models. This has been challenging, since there are many dynamically created attributes that go into the class body as well as the Query and ModelManager objects.

Lastly, we talk about what we plan to work on in the future for Django, and how we plan to make things easier to navigate with a project that is called "locations" for now.

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