How do I specify a particular version of django in a virtualenv

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In Pycharm I can manage my version globally.

When I select new project -> Django I then select my interpreter as Virtualenv. There is a checkbox that then specifies that Django needs to be installed and you cannot proceed unchecked.

When checked it automatically set the used interpreter to the latest Django version. Is there a way to set it to say 1.5.4 which is what I want.

Also can I specify the folder layout I want for Django Projects?
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I came here to request this very same feature. It's 2018 and I still don't see it. Was this issue ever resolved ?

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Hi Vibhorpokhriyal,

Sorry for a late reply.

Please specify which feature you mean?

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When creating a new django project,  pycharm always download a latest version django.  

How can I specify a particular version of django, says django 2.0.

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There is a feature request about customising django project structure https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-33804

It's not possible at the moment to specify django version when creating a project.

Please feel free to submit a feature request about it to our issue tracker using the link https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/PY

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