IntelliJ Connector won't load in PyCharm due to missing Junit plugin

I am trying to load the current, (v2.2.3), Intelli-J connector in PyCharm 2.6.2 on Fedora 17.

The plugin installs, however, it shows a message saying that it can't load due to the jUnit plugin being mossing.

I can't find any jUnit plugins for PyCharm, (or for Intelli-J for that matter).

Background info, PyCharm is a Python IDE from JetBrains, the creators of Intelli-J IDEA.

This plugin loaded previously, though I don't have the version numbers so I'm not sure when it stopped working.

Any ideas appreciated.

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Turns out the version on the Attlassian download page was old, I re-installed from the Repository and picked up version 3.0.6. Which seems to work fine.

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