PyCharm 2019.1 Help

Project Interpreter

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Use this page to select a Python interpreter for each of the projects opened in the same window.

Interpreters

Item

Description

Project Interpreter

For the project, selected in the Projects pane, choose Python interpreter from the list.

The interpreters in the list are configured using the Settings button, as described in the section Viewing list of available Python interpreters.

Path mappings

This field is only available for the remote interpreters!

This field shows read-only mappings between the desired local path and the corresponding remote path. PyCharm allows configuring paths by clicking Configure path mappings next to the field. In the dialog that opens, click Add or Remove buttons to change the path mappings as desired.

Configure interpreter

Click this button configure a project interpreter:

Add an interpreter or show the list of available interpreters

From the list, choose the one to be added:

Packages

This table shows the packages installed locally.

Item

Description

Package

This column shows the list of packages residing in the accessible remote repositories. For each package you can view its name and repository. Additional information is displayed at the tooltip.

Version

This column shows the currently installed version of a package.

Latest

This column shows the latest available versions of the packages. If a version is outdated and the package can be upgraded, Upgrade mark appears in this column.

Packages toolbar

Item

Tooltip and shortcut

Description

Install a package a package

Install
Alt+Insert

Click this button to install a new package from the accessible remote repositories.

Uninstall a package

Uninstall
Alt+Delete

Click this button to uninstall the selected local package.

Upgrade

Upgrade

Click this button to install the latest available version of a package. This button is only available for the outdated package versions.

Upgrade

Show earlier releases

Click this button if you want to extend the scope of the latest available versions to any pre-release versions (such as beta or release candidate).

Using the Conda package manager

Use Conda Package Manager

This button appears for Conda interpreters ONLY!
If this button is pressed, the Conda package manager is used. If this button is released, than pip is used.

Last modified: 17 May 2019

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