I’ve setup a Python Flask project to point at an interpreter running in Docker: Starting the Flask app from PyCharm IDE results in following output: 51be5e336622:python3 -u /opt/project/app.py Starting server * Serving Flask app "app" (lazy loading) * Environment: production WARNING: This is a development server. Do not use it in a production deployment. Use ..
As part of django-cookiecutter I have a docker container which has the python+packages to host the app. The app works on localhost:8000 so it’s all there. That was set up by a script via django-cookiecutter. I’m trying to hook PyCharm to the docker container and it all looks like it’s working but bugs me about ..
The code is the hello world app that comes with pycharm for flask apps, very simple build. When deploying to the local test container all is fine, when deploying to Cloud Run it builds a container locally and pushes it to the google repository (error free and seemingly ok) but fails when it tries to ..
I have latest PyCharm installed. I have a docker container and I want to use its python interpreter as my project interpreter. Note that I don’t want PyCharm to create new container from image every time I run my script. What are the steps to do so? If I use container interpreter will PyCharm support ..
I’ve created a Docker Image in order to be able to run a Docker Container with some services like gcloud datastore. If I run my application using my local packages I can connect to that container without any problem and access to the service. However, if a try to use docker as an interpreter in ..
I’m trying to connect Pycharm to a docker container where gcloud is installed. In order to run my project I need to set the path where gcloud is installed. Is there a way to have installed all the packages in a specific directory when creating a docker container? If not, how can I look for ..
I have the following setup in Pycharm. Dockerfile FROM python:3.9-slim WORKDIR /app ADD . /app RUN pip install -r /app/requirements.txt ENV FLASK_APP=/app/webapp/app.py EXPOSE 5000 ENTRYPOINT flask run –host=0.0.0.0 app.py from flask import Flask app = Flask(__name__) @app.route(‘/’) def hello_world(): return ‘Hello, World!’ I then set up a Remote Interpreter with Pycharm to be as follows. ..
My situation is that I have set up a container in a remote server, and inside the container, there is a virtual environment. I’m using the python interpreter inside this virtual environment in this container, not the one on the host. From my local machine, I can open up PyCharm, and use Tools->Deployment->Configuration to easily ..
I follow the official tutorial to set up the docker-compose interpreter, but it not worked. The output of Solver.py not display on PyCharm’s console neither PyCharm service log dialog, it’s only display on Docker for Mac dashboard. But when I terminate the process, it will show on service log dialog, but debug console still no ..
I have a python project A that depends on python project B. Projects A and B can be edited in PyCharm. I can launch a remote interpreter with Docker and docker-compose pycharm (pro) plugin and the breakpoints work well in all files in project A, but enven if the code in project B is run, ..