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HTTP Proxy

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If to access the Internet PyCharm should use an HTTP proxy, specify the proxy settings on this page.

Item

Description

No proxy

Click this radio button to connect to the Internet without a proxy.

Auto-detect proxy settings

Click this radio button to enable using an auto-configuration URL to configure the web proxy settings. When this option is selected, the following controls become enabled:

Item

Description

Automatic proxy configuration URL

Select this checkbox to manually specify the location of the proxy settings file, in case PyCharm does not find it automatically.

Clear passwords

Click this button to clear the passwords to the specified proxy.

Manual proxy configuration

Click this radio button to enable manual proxy configuration. When this option is selected, the following controls become enabled:

Item

Description

HTTP

Click this radio button if you want PyCharm to use an HTTP proxy when accessing the Internet.

SOCKS

Click this radio button if you want PyCharm to use the Socket Secure protocol when accessing the Internet.

Host name

Specify the proxy hostname or IP address.

Port number

Specify the proxy port number.

No proxy for

Specify here the patterns for the URLs or IP addresses, for which proxy should not be specified.

Proxy authentication

Select this checkbox if your proxy requires authentication.

Login

Specify the name of the user on whose behalf PyCharm will connect to the proxy.

Password

Specify the password associated with the user name (login).

Remember password

Select this checkbox if you want PyCharm to remember the password. Otherwise, you will be asked to provide the password every time PyCharm connects to the proxy.

Last modified: 12 October 2018

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