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Adding Existing Virtual Environment

Once a virtual environment is created, it can be added to the list of available interpreters, as a local interpreter.

To add an existing virtual environment to the list of available interpreters

  1. In the Project Interpreter page, click cogwheel_framed.
  2. In the drop-down list, choose Add local.
  3. In the Select Python Interpreter dialog box that opens, choose the desired Python executable, located inside the virtual environment folder, and click OK.

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Last modified: 20 April 2016