Virtualenv + Pycharm

From what I can see the preferences are IDE wide, therefore if I use virtualenv to set up a virtualenv per project I need to go into pycharm and point to a different interpreter each time I load a new project. This seems very clumsy and there is surely a better way ?

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Hello Mark,

Some of the preferences are IDE wide, some are not. The specific interpreter

selected in the settings is stored per-project, so there's no need to select

the correct virtualenv every time you reopen a project.

From what I can see the preferences are IDE wide, therefore if I use

virtualenv to set up a virtualenv per project I need to go into

pycharm and point to a different interpreter each time I load a new

project. This seems very clumsy and there is surely a better way ?

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Dmitry Jemerov

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