Python Integrated Tools
for Windows and Linux
Use this page to configure requirements management file, default test runner, and documentation strings treatment.
|Package requirements file
|Type the name of the requirements file, or click the browse button, and select the desired requirements file from file system using the Select Path dialog.
|Path to Pipenv executable
|This path is required for adding a Pipenv environment to the Python project. The path can be autodetected by the system if added to the
PATH environmental variable. To discover the path, follow the OS-specific pipenv installation procedure. Examples:
|Default test runner
|Select the test run/debug configuration that PyCharm will suggest every time you choose on the context menu of a test case.
The possible options are:
|Select the format of the documentation strings to be recognized by PyCharm.
Depending on the selected docstring format, PyCharm will generate the stub documentation comments and render text in the show quick documentation:
All types of docstrings feature:
Note that the information provided in the docstrings, is used for code insight.
|Analyze Python code in docstrings
|If this checkbox is selected, PyCharm highlights the code examples and performs syntax checks and code inspections.
If this checkbox is not selected, the code fragments inside docstrings are not analyzed.
|Render external documentation for
|Enables showing documentation for standard library functions from http://docs.python.org in .
|Sphinx working directory
|Specify here the path to the directory that contains .rst files.
|Treat .txt files as reStructuredText
|If this checkbox is selected, the files with .txt extension will be highlighted same way, as the files with .rst extension.