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The Move refactorings allow you to move classes, functions, files and directories within a project. So doing, PyCharm automatically corrects all references to the moved symbols in the source code.

The following Move refactorings are available:

  • The Move File refactoring moves a file to another directory.
  • The Move Directory refactoring moves a directory to another directory.
  • The Move Class/Function refactoring moves a Python class or function to another Python file.
  • The Move Static Member refactoring moves a static method, variable, or constant from one class to another,
To perform a move refactoring, follow these general steps:
  1. Select the symbol to be moved and do one of the following:
    • On the Refactor menu, or on the context menu, choose Move.
    • Press F6F6F6F6F6F6Ctrl+MShift+Alt+VF6F6Alt Command V.
    • In the Project tool window, drag the symbol to the new destination.

    The dialog that opens depends on the type of the selected symbol.

  2. Specify the move options according to the type of the item to be moved. See option descriptions in the Move dialog box reference.
  3. Preview and apply the changes.

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