Setting up a development environment¶
Refer to Contributing (section “Getting Started”) for information of how to fork a repository, clone it, and install it for development purposes.
Chose a development environment of your liking. Here is how you can setup PyCharm Professional Edition in support of development for Django:
Start up PyCharm and enter your license information.
Before opening a project/folder, go to
Configure -> Settingsand adjust the following: - Use the search box in the settings dialog to find the place where you can configure the proxy settings: - Configure the python environment under “Project Interpreter” -> “Python Interpreters”
Click on the “+”, then on “Local...” Select
<path_to_your_environment>/bin/python, and click “Ok”
- Click on “Ok” to close the settings window.
Open the project folder: select “Open Directory” and choose your source directories
Before being able to run the django-mantis project, you have to adjust the “Run/Debug Confgurations” (wait for the indexer to finish...) - In the menubar, click on “Run” -> “Edit Configurations” - Select the “django-mantis” in the displayed tree on the left - In the right pane, add the following to the “Additional options:”
You should now be able to run the django server by clicking the play button.