Pip install with Docker remote interpreter is ephimeral

Hello, we are evaluating to use PyCharm Professional as IDE to develop in Python. Since our production is Docker based, we would like to implement a development workflow based on Docker for production parity. I would prefer to avoid Vagrant.

My idea is to implement the following workflow:

  1. clone the repository containing the requirements.txt file
  2. manually add a remote Docker interpreter, specifiying a Python base image (e.g. python:3.5.4)
  3. let PyCharm to provision the required packages running pip install -r requirements.txt in the docker container
  4. develop, debug and test

Steps 1 and 2 work fine. In step 3, PyCharm sense that the remote environment is missing the dependencies, and when I ask to download them, it spins a container from python:3.5.4 image and runs the pip install command. After that the container is stopped and removed and hence I am not able to proceed to step 4.

What I am missing here?




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