for Windows and Linux
for OS X
Use this page to select Python interpreter for each of the projects opened in the same window.
In this section:
|Projects||This pane displays the list of projects, opened in the same window. The first project in the list is the primary project.|
This pane is not shown, if there is only one open project.
|Project Interpreter||For the project, selected in the Projects pane, choose Python interpreter from the drop-down list.
The interpreters in the list are configured using the button, as described in the section Configuring Available Python Interpreters.
|Path mappings||This field in only available for the
This field shows read-only mappings between the desired local path and the corresponding remote path. PyCharm allows configuring paths by clicking next to the field. In the dialog box that opens, click or buttons to change the path mappings as desired.
|Click this button to reveal the list of available types of interpreters:
From the list, choose the one to be added:
This table shows the packages installed locally.
|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 If a version is outdated and the package can be upgraded, mark appears in this column.|
|Item||Tooltip and shortcut||Description|
|Click this button to install a new package from the accessible remote repositories.|
|Click this button to uninstall the selected local package.|
|Upgrade||Click this button to install the latest available version of a package. This button is only available for the outdated package versions.|
The buttons on this toolbar are disabled for the Docker interpreters:
All the packages should be already installed in the Docker image. If some packages are missing, then you will have to create a new Docker image, as described on the page Quickstart Guide: Compose and Django.