Use this page to define the Python interpreter, its options, starting script etc. for the Python console.
|Project||Click this drop-down list to select one of the projects, opened in the same PyCharm window, where this run/debug configuration should be used. If there is only one open project, this field is not displayed.|
|Environment variable||This field shows the list of environment variables.
If the list contains several variables, they are delimited with semicolons. |
To fill in the list, click the browse button, or press Shift+Enter and specify the desired set of environment variables in the Environment Variables dialog box.
To create a new variable, click , and type the desired name and value.
|Python Interpreter||Select one of the pre-configured Python interpreters from the drop-down list.|
|Interpreter options||In this field, specify the string to be passed to the interpreter. If necessary, click , and type the string in the editor.|
|Working directory||Specify a directory to be used by the running console. When this field is left blank, the project directory will be used.|
|Configure interpreters||If the desired interpreter is missing in the drop-down list, click this link to open the Project Interpreters page, and configure an interpreter or virtual environment , as described in the section Configuring Python SDK .|
|Add content roots to PYTHONPATH||Select this check box to have the content roots added to the PYTHONPATH.|
|Add source roots to PYTHONPATH||Select this check box to have the source roots added to the PYTHONPATH.|
|Starting script||In this editor area, type the script to be executed in the console after its start-up and initialization.
Note that syntax highlighting, code completion, import assistance, documentation, inspections and quick fixes are available
in this editor:|
By default, this area contains the following script, which causes printing out a header information and extending the system paths:
If you want to omit such a printout, delete this script.