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.
|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 If a version is outdated and the package can be upgraded, mark appears in this column.|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 This button is only available for the outdated package versions.|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.