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How to setup PyCharm for Talon

Apply for professional account

In order to register for a professional account use please go to: https://www.jetbrains.com/student/

Apply: alt text

Download PyCharm Professional

Go to: https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/


Press Download: alt text


Choose Professional version [in this example I have use Linux. For Windows or Mac will be slightly different]: alt text


Install PyCharm:

Follow normal installation instruction


Fisrt time setup:


Skip Remaining and Set Defaults alt text


Welcome to PyCharm alt text


Go to Settings alt text


Now click on Project Interpreter alt text


Click on right wheel alt text


Add… alt text


SSH Interpreter alt text


New server configuration: enter Talon Vis node address: vis-01.acs.unt.edu alt text


Asks for Connecting To Remote Host: Accept [It might ask for your password instead] alt text


It mgiht also ask you to enter password of your JetBrain account. You created this account earlier. [Make sure to enter password for that account] alt text


Default remote interpreter: alt text


Brows to add a new interpreter: alt text


Enter path of Talon Python interpreter: alt text


Set path interpreter: alt text


Path Interpreter should look like this now: alt text


Project Interpreter should look like this now: alt text


Need to wait for a while to finish: alt text


Test with creating a new project


Create New Project alt text


Select Pure Python Choose preffered name of project. In this case is test Now we need to set interpreter: alt text


Click Project Interpreter > Existing Interpreter: In Remote project location make sure add the path on Talon where you want your project to be! alt text


Wait for some time: alt text


If no folder is created wiht project name in Talon, PyCharm will create it for you.


Create Python file: alt text


Name your python test file: alt text


File uploaded to Talon when it’s created: alt text


Write a print(“Hello world!”) in python file. When save the file it will automatichally save it to Talon: alt text


To run the Python file: alt text


Python file will run on Talon and show results just like it’s locally: alt text


To see files on Talon in PyCharm click Remote Host on right side: alt text