After adding/updating libraries in my environment, I typically need to re create the interpreter to get pycharm to recognize the updates. So after doing a recent update, I have done this and now Pycharm is not picking up anything at all. Not sure if related, but although I have many interpreters for other projects to, I have noticed that "Interpreter paths" has nothing to show.
What I am doing to add the interpreter:
- Using docker compose, selecting the service
- Using system interpreter -> Python 3
Build #PY-231.9225.15, built on July 11, 2023
Things I've tried:
- Re-creating the environment, and restarting the IDE
- Invalidating caches
- Removing <path>/JetBrains/PyCharm2023.1/tmp/docker_compose.*
- Using IDE repair
Running `/usr/local/bin/python3 -m pip list` inside of the docker container shows the expected libraries (and this is the interpreter path set when the env was created). However, in the IDE, under the "External Libraries" folder nothing shows up.
EDIT: Updated the interpreter paths manually, now external libraries just shows /usr/local/bin/python3
Is there something else I can try?