Which manage.py?

I'm using the new Pycharm 1.0 (congrats on the release!)  and it looks like this issue has been fixed  http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/PY-1990 , however it doesn't seem to be loading my customized manage.py specified in my project under the project_root/bin folder so I'm still unable to use all the built in tasks for django.  I have the working directory in the server configuration set to ~/cobastella/bin so I was hoping that Pycharm would look in there for my manage.py first before using another copy.

If I go ahead and create my own python task and specify the manage.py file it works fine and uses the customized file with the added site.addsitedir settings.  While this works I can't take advantage of all the built in Django goodness.

Thanks,

Charlie

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I also have the same problem, this means that commands such as reset dont see the installed apps in the settings.py. This bug is a deal breaker for me, as I cant use many important django commands without going to the terminal directly.

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Bump.

Should I just reopen the ticket since I can't get my manage.py to run when setting the working directory or should I create a new ticket for this?

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Thanks, I've reopened issue http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/PY-1990. It will be fixed in the closest future PyCharm update.

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Thanks I appreciate it.  I'm going to add this thread to the ticket in the comments.

Charlie

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