I have this PyCharm/Python question that's been keeping me up nights for quite some time,
and I'd be happy if someone could help :-) :
I have PyCharm installed both on my laptop (windows), and on my main coding rig (Fedora Linux).
My project is stored on the Linux desktop, where I usually work/code/debug most of the time.
I've been searching for a way to write code on my laptop, but have it run directly on my Linux machine, from PyCharm.
I want the code I write in windows to be executed directly against my Linux hardware.
Ideally, I would just open PyCharm, tell it to connect to a 'Remote Project' or something, and from now on everything I do will be saved/run on my Linux machine.
After reading a bit, I thought maybe the 'Remote Interpreter' feature was what I needed. Unfortunately, even though I have SSH to my Linux system, I get an error about SFTP being invalid for some reason. Maybe that's not it?
Does anyone have an idea how to make this come true? that'd be much appreciated.
Thank you for your help.