Asked By – prosseek
I have a directory structure
├── simulate.py ├── src │ ├── networkAlgorithm.py │ ├── ...
And I can access the network module with
import sys import os.path sys.path.insert(0, "./src") from networkAlgorithm import *
However, pycharm complains that it cannot access the module. How can I teach pycham to resolve the reference?
Now we will see solution for issue: Unresolved reference issue in PyCharm
Manually adding it as you have done is indeed one way of doing this, but there is a simpler method, and that is by simply telling pycharm that you want to add the
src folder as a source root, and then adding the sources root to your python path.
This way, you don’t have to hard code things into your interpreter’s settings:
srcas a source content root:
Then make sure to add add sources to your
Preferences ~ Build, Execution, Deployment ~ Console ~ Python Console
- Now imports will be resolved:
This way, you can add whatever you want as a source root, and things will simply work. If you unmarked it as a source root however, you will get an error:
After all this don’t forget to restart. In PyCharm menu select: File –> Invalidate Caches / Restart