My situation is different – I am programming in django (specifically, building a new database backend) so I need to be debugging django internals.
I have the source for django pulled in to a Pycharm project using git.
What is the best practice? Should I just ignore the special django support options in PyCharm and treat my project as a simple Python program?
I am trying to run the standard django test suite as documented in
Running the tests requires a Django settings module that defines the databases to use. To make it easy to get started, Django provides a sample settings module that uses the SQLite database. To run the tests with this sample settings module, cd into the Django tests/ directory and run:
I want to run the equivalent of that command (but with debugger turned on) and am lost among all of the options available in the project setup.