Of course you can run Ansible within PyCharm via command-line, but it also works with the “Run” button.
- PyCharm project created (maybe with virtualenv)
- YAML/Ansible support Plugin installed (optional)
- BashSupport Plugin installed
Open “Run/Debug Configurations” and add new Bash configuration. Give a name and Script value. The value should be the main Ansible playbook. As Interpreter path value select the ansible-playbook binary. For Interpreter option insert the Ansible inventory file. The last value is your current working directory. If you don’t set this value, the values for playbook and inventory need configured with absolute path!
Now you can create different configurations and run Ansible via “Run” button.