pip install --no-index : packages not found by pycharm

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hi,

i configured pycharm to use a remote interpreter located within an env created using `virtualenv`.

i installed some pacakges using `pip install <package>` downloaded from pypi.

and i installed some other packages using `pip install <package> --no-index` to use locally built wheels (recommended).

now, when i setup pycharm to use the interpreter within that env, it:

1. recognizes packages installed without --no-index.

2. fails to find packages installed with --non-index or packages that depend on packages installed with --no-index.

 

when i checked the location of the installed packages:

1/ without --no-index: they are located inside the env. [fine]

2/ with  --no-index: they are located somewhere outside the env in a share partition on the server [for some reason].

this may explain why pycharm could find packages installed with --non-index.

my question, how to make pycharm see all packages independently from where they are located?

i assume that pip should do something about this by adding a link or something to the packages located outside the env.

or it did but pycharm did not realize that.

 

i tested the env directly on the remote. things work fine. python sees all type of packages.

things work as expected/fine on other servers.

 

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the reason that pycharm does not see the packages is that i have to load some filesystem modules so the link in the env where they are installed will make sens.

 

is there a way to tell pycharm to run a bash script before starting the remote interpreter?

something similar to preactivate in virtualenvwrapper that runs a bash script before activating the env.

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i had to manually add the path to the modules needed to be loaded in the interpreter list of path.

go the the list of interpreters and click on `show paths for the selected interpreter`. then, add your additional paths.

thanks

 

 

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Hi,

my question, how to make pycharm see all packages independently from where they are located?

You can add them to interpreter paths and restart IDE or call "Rescan available packages" action to make PyCharm index those packages.

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It seems you have posted a duplicate thread where you found the same solution.

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thanks

yes, adding the location of the packages into the interpreter paths solved it.

sorry about the duplicated post. i am not really sure how that happened.

thanks for pointing that out. i deleted the other one.

 

thanks

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