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Cross-platform Python environment management.

Project description

Cross-platform Python environment management.

cpenv makes it easy to manage dependencies, environment variables, and applications through the use
of python virtualenvs and modules. Configurations can be shared between windows, linux, or mac and deployed
directly from git.

How it looks

>From a terminal:
>cpenv create my_env
Creating new environment my_env
Activating my_env

[my_env]> cpenv create --module my_module

>From python:
import cpenv
my_env = cpenv.create('my_env)
my_env.add_module('my_module', '')
cpenv.activate(my_env, my_module)

>From an environment config:
- '$ENVIRON/relative/path'
- name: template_module
branch: master
- requests
git: []

cpenv is available on pypi:

pip install cpenv

Make sure you've got `Git <>`_ installed and accessible from your command prompt/terminal and you're ready to go. Set $CPENV_HOME where you'd like environments to be created (defaults to ~/.cpenv).

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