First of all, install the prerequisite Java JDK [http://www.denigma.de/links/836]. For this add the required PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
Then update your system and install Java:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer
TO verify that Java is installed to the following check:
Next, download the most recent version of PyCharm, either the offical release [http://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/download/index.html] or the beta version release candidate [http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/pyh/jetbrains+pycharm+preview]. It includes a trial version.
Detar the archive, rename it to simply pycharm, move it another place where (if you like) and cd in. There you run:
Confirm with Enter and it should be done.
PyCharm allows to jump to class/method/function definitions (Ctrl+Click on a symbol). This is extremely useful to understand the source code.
It is possible to browse all the places where the variable is used and press
Do Refactor button to finish the renaming operation.
Placing the cursor between the parenthesis of a method call an pressing
Ctrl+P brings up a list of valid parameters.
Ctrl+Backspace+Quote allows to quickly change the coding highlighting style colour schema.
If nothing is selected and then
Ctrl+C is pressed, the whole line gets selected.
Ctrl+Q (Quick Documentation) can be used to fetch and display the documentation of function.
Alt+Shift+C recent changes can be quickly reviewed.
The early access program can be accessed here [http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/pyh/jetbrains+pycharm+preview+%28EAP%29].