for Windows and Linux
Use this page to configure Django support for each of the projects opened in the same window.
This pane displays the list of projects, opened in the same window. The first project in the list is the primary project.
Django support pane
|Enable Django support||The default state of this checkbox depends on the project type. For the empty projects, Django support is disabled. For the Django projects it is enabled by default; you can clear this checkbox if required. In this case, the other fields become unavailable.|
|Django project root||By default, this field shows the directory that stores settings.py and manage.py files of the application. If required, you can specify a different location.|
Click the browse button to select the desired settings file.
Use one of the following approaches:
By default, PyCharm shows the settings.py file, located under the Django project root.
|Do not use Django test runner||By default, this checkbox is not selected. You can select it if you want to use any of the alternative test runners specified in the PyCharm Integrated Tools dialog window ( for Windows and Linux and for macOS).|
|Manage script||Specify here the desired manage.py file for the current project. |
By default, PyCharm shows the manage.py file, located under the Django project root. Click to select the desired manage file from the file system.
|Environment variables||Specify here the environment variables to be passed to the script.|
|Folder pattern to track file||Specify here folder names separated with colons. If needed, you can use Glob-style wildcards. Django only pulls and adds to VCS files matched by this pattern.|
Click this button to show the structure of a Django project:
The users are advised to look into this window to see whether the Django project structure is correct.