I have a brand new Macbook Pro running OS X 10.9.3. I installed PyCharm fine. I then opened up the Terminal and ran downloaded pip, ran "pip get Django," verified that Django was installed and that I can do an "import django" and all was well.
However, PyCharm will not let me create a Django project and says that it cannot find the interpreter. I can run the 2.7 interpreter manually and import django... no problem, I've also pointed it at /usr/bin/python and it loaded a bunch of stuff and then bombed out saying.. no django.
I don't get it. I cannot find any clear instructions on the website on how to configure PyCharm for Django development on OS X.
Any help would be appreciated. I have PyCharm running on Linux and Windows w/Django without any issues.
Django Not Found on OS X