i have 2 different remote interpreters each one on a different server.
on each server, we define the environment variable `VAR1` with different value on each server.
when running scripts from pycharm, it does not recognize the variables.
how to make pycharm see the variable on each server?
doing this on 1 server is simple but still tedious. one needs to manually set the environment variables of python template.
1. is there a way to make pycharm automatically load the env. variable from the remote?
2. is there a way to make pycharm adapt to each remote depending on the current active remote interpreter? if 1 is solved, 2 could be easy.
i think i saw many threads about this.
the last solution i remember is to edit the configuration of python templates. this works for issue 1.
i am not really sure why pycharm complains about env variables while they are in `os.environ`... it is the code that is supposed to manage this not pycharm...
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