PyCharm 2017.3 Help

Dart

The following is only valid when Dart Plugin is installed and enabled!

File | Settings | Languages and Frameworks | Dart for Windows and Linux
PyCharm | Preferences | Languages and Frameworks | Dart for macOS
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Enable Dart support in project <project name>
  • When this checkbox is selected, PyCharm provides assistance in coding, testing, running, and debugging Dart applications and enables you to configure the Dart SDK and the Dartium browser.
  • When the checkbox is cleared, no assistance in developing Dart applications is provided and all the controls on the page are disabled.
Dart SDK Path In this text box, specify the location of the downloaded Dart SDK. Type the path manually or click browseButton.png and choose the path in the dialog box that opens. If PyCharm recognizes the Dart SDK correctly, its revision number is displayed in the Version read-only field.
Version In this read-only field, PyCharm shows the revision number of the detected Dart SDK, provided that the SDK is recognized correctly.
Check SDK update When this checkbox is selected, PyCharm checks whether the specified above version of SDK is the latest one. If a newer version of SDK is available, PyCharm displays a pane at the top of the active editor informing you that a newer SDK version has been released. Do one of the following:
  • Click the Download SDK link and download it from the site.
  • If you have already downloaded the latest SDK version, click the Dart Settings link to switch to the Dart page of the Settings dialog box and specify the new SDK location.

From the drop-down list, choose the release types of SDK to look in, the available options are:

  • Stable channel
  • Stable and Dev channels

Dartium Path In this text box, specify the location of the Dartium executable (Windows and Linux)/Dartium application (macOS). Type the path manually or click browseButton.png and choose the path in the dialog box that opens. Learn more about Dart web tools from the the Dart Official website,
Last modified: 29 November 2017

See Also

Language and Framework-Specific Guidelines: