I had chosen to use
virtualenv for my last Python project
because all the guides that I had found for Alexa development used it.
Since I feel more comfortable working with virtual environments now,
I felt that this was a good chance to explore a new tool that I had head about.
it offered an intuitive CLI for managing project dependencies, building,
and publishing to PyPI.
Reading Poetry’s basic usage commands,
I was amazed by its ease of use;
I installed it and used it to set up my project.
I also set up PyCharm on my freshly-installed Manjaro system. However, I ran into a strange issue: I couldn’t open .md or .rst files. Looking up the error message, I found this article that had my exact problem. Following its advice, I built PyCharm with a bundled JRE from the AUR, and it worked.