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I'm having trouble with using 'requests' module on my Mac. I use python34 and I installed 'requests' module via pip. I can verify this via running installation again and it'll show me that module is already installed.

15:49:29|mymac [~]:pip install requests
Requirement already satisfied (use --upgrade to upgrade): requests in /opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.4/lib/python3.4/site-packages

Although I can import 'requests' module via interactive Python interpreter, trying to execute 'import requests' in PyCharm yields error 'No module named requests'. I checked my PyCharm Python interpreter settings and (I believe) it's set to same python34 as used in my environment. However, I can't see 'requests' module listed in PyCharm either.

It's obvious that I'm missing something here. Can you guys advise where should I look or what should I fix in order to get this module working? I was living under impression that when I install module via pip in my environment, PyCharm will detect these changes. However, it seems something is broken on my side ...

If you are using PyCharms CE (Community Edition), then click on:

File->Default Settings->Project Interpretor

See the + sign at the bottom, click on it. It will open another dialog with a host of modules available. Select your package (e.g. requests) and PyCharm will do the rest.

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In my case, using a pre-existing virtualenv did not work in the editor - all modules were marked as unresolved reference (running naturally works, as this is outside of the editor's config, just running an external process (not so easy for debugging)). Turns out PyCharm did not add the site-packages directory... the fix is to manually add it.

Open File -> Settings -> Project Interpreter, pick "Show All..." (to edit the config) (1), pick your interpreter (2), and click "Show paths of selected interpreter" (3).

In that screen, manually add the "site-packages" directory of the virtual environment (4) (I've added the "Lib" also, for a good measure); once done and saved, they will turn up in the interpreter paths.

The other thing that won't hurt to do is select "Associate this virtual environment with the current project", in the interpreter's edit box.

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Open python console of your pyCharm. Click on Rerun. It will say something like following on the very first line

/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/python2.7 /Applications/PyCharm.app/Contents/helpers/pydev/pydevconsole.py 52631 52632

in this scenario pyCharm is using following interpretor

/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/python2.7 

Now fire up console and run following command

sudo /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/python2.7 -m pip install <name of the package>

This should install your package :)

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Using dual python 2.7 and 3.4 with 2.7 as default, I've always used pip3 to install modules for the 3.4 interpreter, and pip to install modules for the 2.7 interpreter.

Try this:

pip3 install requests

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Pycharm is unable to recognize installed local modules, since python interpreter selected is wrong. It should be the one, where your pip packages are installed i.e. virtual environment.

I had installed packages via pip in Windows. In Pycharm, they were neither detected nor any other Python interpreter was being shown (only python 3.6 is installed on my system).

I restarted the IDE. Now I was able to see python interpreter created in my virtual environment. Select that python interpreter and all your packages will be shown and detected. Enjoy!

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Comments
  • what does which -a python output?
  • You should set up a virtualenv for the project and install requests in that.
  • which -a python outputs following: 23:47:55|mymac [~]:which -a python /opt/local/bin/python /usr/bin/python
  • Then pip is installing for /usr/local/bin/python3. set your interpreter to /usr/local/bin/python3. If you usually use Python 3.4.3 I would remove the other, having a few different versions of the same python can be a pain as you have found out. It is safe to remove, you only need to be careful when dealing with your system python.
  • Your system python would be 2.7 which is /usr/bin/python, your OS would use your system python so removing or changing it would almost certainly break it, you can remove python3 safely and /opt/local/bin/python also . As john suggested you can use a virtualenv for different projects which is an isolated environment virtualenv.pypa.io/en/latest. I also like pyenv github.com/yyuu/pyenv. So keep your /usr/bin/python always and you can remove or keep any of the rest.
  • Sometimes that plus sign doesn't install the packages, then I install via pip but Pycharm can't see this, what to do about it?
  • This answer does not address the problem in the question.
  • This was exactly what I needed to fix this issue after having to reset my virtual environments after a python version upgrade via homebrew.
  • Please add some context to the answer. Do you mean pip3 instead pip will help?
  • This was actually very helpful for me. I am now using pip3 instead of pip, and PyCharm (on Python3.x) is upgrading and adding the Project Interpreters on its own. Thanks.
  • One should specify the interpreter explicitly: python3 -m pip install requests.
  • But pycharm can't see /usr/local though, no?