In this post you’ll learn how to configure PyCharm to use an existing virtual environment.
I enjoy using PyCharm for editing source. However, I prefer to use the command
line for everything else.
virtualenv is one such tool that I prefer to use on
the command line. However, we need to configure PyCharm to use a virtual
environment after it has been created on the command line.
This post assumes you have already installed PyCharm and have setup a virtual environment for your Python development.
~/virtualenvs/<your virtualenv name>/bin/pythonin the path. If you followed the earlier post to setup a virtual environment for Python then enter
Change the path to the interpreter on Windows.
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