To verify, move out of your project directory entirely and run the following commands: python3 import discord If this works with no errors, you have a local override in your project. Now, I have a simple Python file, called test. It doesn't work, I don't know why. To learn more, see our. The pyCharm cache must not be up-to-date. There may have been one more step to load or enable something at the bottom of the window, but I can't get that message to appear again and it didn't require anything but clicking on it.
Indexing took a couple minutes on a Python script I opened, and then code completion worked great. My solution was, I added the specific path to autobahn, and then it got recognized, without having to restart or anything, and then when I removed it, to test, it was still recognized. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. But when I open test. And, here you have first to understand how Python lookup for modules works, so I report the : When a module named spam is imported, the interpreter first searches for a built-in module with that name.
Have a question about this project? The Project Interpreter is set to the python. It was not recognized, but all the other modules I installed were recognized, and they were all in the same path. If not found, it then searches for a file named spam. If you want to see Quick documentation and External Documentation from PyCharm version 2016. .
Just add it as an sdk and it should work. Reddit filters them out, so your post or comment will be lost. Provide details and share your research! Do you have multiple interpreters 2. You should see a screen like this: You should select your interpreter and click on the last button. As ByteCommander said in a comment, PyCharm doesn't use bashrc, so it doesn't know where your library is.
Hit Apply and you should have it. PythonQtError: No Qt bindings could be found Process finished with exit code 1 I googled a lot of topics dealing with similar topics, but none solved the problem on my side. Thanks for contributing an answer to Geographic Information Systems Stack Exchange! I use intelliJ but pycharm should be the same. This is probably a case of local overrides. Fundamentally it can be raised for three reasons: 1. I encountered the same issue as GeoMeteoMe PyCharm v2018. Execution context which requires an entry addition in sys.
This may be, but I actually installed PyCharm after the modules were already installed. Your project might be using the wrong interpreter No, only 3. Adding it as a global sdk you should be done and get the code completion. It's not readily apparent since that selection is collapsed by default. The pyCharm cache must not be up-to-date. I'm trying to use Pycharm 2018. In the same screen where you added the interpreter you can see a wheel icon, click it, it will show you a menu, click on more.
The computer itself is a fairly clean install of Windows 10 fresh install about a month ago. Only Pycharm doesn't find the modules. Circular dependency This one is the most hateful that you can face. When I run python3, then import discord, I get no errors or text in my cmd window , but I definitely don't have any directories named discord in there. Delete the discord folders in there. This should open this window: Now clicking on the plus icon you should be able to add your own paths for libraries. Then try the command conda install -c anaconda pyside and try running your code again.
The same can be specified programmatically in this way: import sys sys. My default Python binary is set to the one with the Anaconda distribution of Python. In the end, I really just want PyCharm to stop underlining modules that are installed, but this appears to be the case with a few different modules and I just want to get to the bottom of it. Check which environment is activated the one with the star. If it is not the one of your project do: source activate. Sorry to necro this, but I'm getting the same issue. .
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