How to open exising django projects in pycharm ?

Hello all ,

I have my project which have multiple applications. And also multiple settings file.

How do I open this project from top level into Pycharm ?

Right now I am opening as directory. But than I can only browse , I can not link projects , even I can not go from one source file to another with control+click or Control+B.

I have seen somewhere I need .idea directory but how do I create it ?

And should I create manually ?

I like Intellij as I am using it since last 3 years for java , but I was using maven so it was creating whole structure for me ?

I wil be waiting for reply.

Cheers

Viraj

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Hello Viraj,

Indeed, you should use the Open Directory action, which will create the .idea

directory for you automatically. You may also need to mark your app directories

as source roots in Settings | Project Structure. If you describe how exactly

your project is structured, I'll try to tell you how it can be configured

in PyCharm (and whether there's something that needs to be fixed on our side

- it's possible that we don't handle some complicated project structures

correctly at the moment).

I have my project which have multiple applications. And also multiple

settings file.

How do I open this project from top level into Pycharm ?

Right now I am opening as directory. But than I can only browse , I

can not link projects , even I can not go from one source file to

another with controlclick or ControlB.

I have seen somewhere I need .idea directory but how do I create it ?

And should I create manually ?

I like Intellij as I am using it since last 3 years for java , but I

was using maven so it was creating whole structure for me ?

I wil be waiting for reply.

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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