virtualenv support

Hi, Is there a way to add the virtualenv path or Python Interpreter per project basis?

It happen to me that I changed the Interpreter in 1 project and that was retained in other project.

Is that right?

Regards

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Tested again Just In Case.

1. Open project settings in Project A.

2. Under Python Interpreter select the one under my virtualenv bin

3. Apply

Works ok for current project

1. Open Project B in new window

2. Open project settings in Project B

3. Under Python Interpreters I get the virtualenv one from Project A

Shouldn't this be as per project basis?

They were open as Directory... I use them every day

PyCharm ver 1.2

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Hello Esteban,

The interpreter for Project A will be displayed in the list, but the selected

interpreter should remain the one from Project B.

Tested again Just In Case.

1. Open project settings in Project A.

2. Under Python Interpreter select the one under my virtualenv bin

3. Apply

Works ok for current project

1. Open Project B in new window

2. Open project settings in Project B

3. Under Python Interpreters I get the virtualenv one from Project A

Shouldn't this be as per project basis?

They were open as Directory... I use them every day

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