Setup: PyCharm 2018.3.2, Windows 10, Ananaconda Distribution of python
When I run `python -m venv venv` to create a new virtual environment the `pyvenv.cfg` file assigns the home variable to be
home = C:\Anaconda3
This wrecks all kinds of havoc during indexing because PyCharm indexes EVERYTHING which includes a dozen conda virtual environments. Even without conda environments the Anaconda Distribution is huge.
The annoying thing is that this information is not that useful (I think but you can correct me).
Any help to turn off indexing of the home variable would be helpful.
To test, I activated another environment and used that to create a new virtual environment. The virtual environment shows up in external libraries and takes seconds to index.