Project Properties Not Present
Kevin L Cobb
I'm new to PyCharm but not new to IDEA IDE. I've got a very legacy code base that contains python source files in different directories. I import a new project from the existing source and PyCharm shows me the folder and file tree as expected. However, I don't see a Project Setting icon at the top and selecting File in the menu bar, also reveals no menu item for Project Properties.
Am I missing something here? I expected to be able to create my project from the existing source, go into Project Properties and set up the many different modules that I need that point to the many different sources for the many different python files in the legacy code base.
PyCharm version is 2.7.2, build
Thanks in advance for any help or advice that I can get.
PyCharm does not have a separate project properties dialog and does not support multi-module projects in the same way as IntelliJ IDEA does. You can configure the content roots and source roots for your project under Settings | Directories.
Dmitry Jemerov, Chief Technology Officer, JetBrains
Kevin L Cobb
Oops. Sorry for the newbie post then.
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