I managed to solve the problem. Something got messed up in the
..metadata directory. After renaming it, Aptana Studio re-created it
and I could successfully specify the Python interpreter.
In PyCharm I specified the same workspace to use, maybe that was the problem.
On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 7:30 PM, Jabba Laci <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> I have a strange problem. I've used PyDev for a long time and a few
> days ago I wanted to try PyCharm. When I wanted to create a new
> project in PyCharm, it asked me to select the interpreter. There was a
> possibility to upgrade packages so I selected all and pressed the
> upgrade button. For the upgrade, it asked my admin password (I'm under
> Then today I wanted to go back to PyDev but it says "Python not
> configured" for _all_ my projects Under Preferences I can select
> the interpreter (Auto Config) but when I click on OK, the selection is
> not held. When I go back to the interpreter selection window, it's
> empty again. Clicking on OK it says "Restoring PYTHONPATH".
> I think it's because of PyCharm. I did the same thing on my laptop and
> I have the same problem. Has anyone met this issue? How to get back a
> working PyDev?
> I also tried Aptana Studio 3 after Eclipse, but the same thing
> happens. Did PyCharm change some permissions that PyDev doesn't like?