App Engine run configuration can't find Python interpreter

When I create a Python module with the Google App Engine facet, everything seems to work as far as compiling an app and deploying it to Google. However, I can't seem to get the local development server to work. A run configuration is automatically set up when I first create the Python module but it shows a red X on the congifurationand when it is run I get "Cannot find Python interpreter for this run configuration". Editing the configuration shows this message: "Run Configuration Error: Please select a valid Python interpreter" (see attached image). However, I have specified an interpreter for the Python module and I can run python scripts in this module without a problem. Where do I select a valid Python interpreter as requested by the App Engine Server run configuration?



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Hello Dustin,

What is the type of the GooglePython module, and what SDK is assigned to it?

When I create a Python module with the Google App Engine facet,
everything seems to work as far as compiling an app and deploying it
to Google. However, I can't seem to get the local development server
to work. A run configuration is automatically set up when I first
create the Python module but it shows a red X on the congifurationand
when it is run I get "Cannot find Python interpreter for this run
configuration". Editing the configuration shows this message: "Run
Configuration Error: Please select a valid Python interpreter" (see
attached image). However, I have specified an interpreter for the
Python module and I can run python scripts in this module without a
problem. Where do I select a valid Python interpreter as requested by
the App Engine Server run configuration?

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GooglePython is a standard Python module using the Python 2.6.5 interpreter (see attached screen shot).



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