I have a valid python virtualenv (python 3.6.6), called in my case "boost", selected in CLion / Preferences / Build, Execution, Deployment / Python Interpreter
However, when CLion calls cmake, it doesn't do so within that interpreter, meaning that anything related to python in cmake picks up the system python version instead of the version installed in the virtualenv (3.6.6).
Is this intentional (and if so, what's the purpose of being able to select a python interpreter at all?). Is it possible to make CLion use the selected interpreter for its environment?
Thanks for any help you can offer!