28 Oct 2015
One thing that's greatly missing in PyCharm is the ability to run build config using bash, there are plugins to support bash for build configuration, but it doesn't support remote execution unlike the rest of PyCharm's build configuration.
There are various cases where I need to run remote bash execution during remote development, such as fabric script, and custom test runner. When searching through the web, I found the solutions are often hackish (well it suppose to be) and require creating additional files which are not very relevant to the project.
After a while I came up something I consider the simplest and require least step:
Use this for the script parameter:
-c "import os; print os.system('command goes here')"
It's very important to have the double quote on the outside. Another thing is, if you want to run environment-specific command, such as when using virtualenv, you will need to activate it first:
-c "import os; print os.system('. /path/to/env/bin/activate && more commands')"
This is far from perfect and will look ugly when it goes longer. But for all my stuff this serves the best.