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Utility for saving and retrieving your development environments and paths.

Project description

Envpath

Envpath is a command line utility for saving and retrieving your development environments and paths.

Features

  • Save your development environment and path
  • Open saved environments and their paths from any directory

Usage

There are currently only two commands available.

1) Saving an env

If you want to save a virtual environment, make sure you are in the working directory of that project and run the following command (replace envname with the name of your environment):

envpath --save envname

You can use -s instead of --save

2) Opening an env

To open a previously saved environment, just run the following command from any directory or path (replace envname with the name of your environment):

envpath --open envname

Here too, you can also use -o instead of --open

Requirements & Dependencies

This package depends on the following python packages and will install them if you don't already have them installed:

  • virtualenv - Virtual Python Environment builder
  • Argparse - Already included in the python standard library from python >= 3.2

Just like these packages, Envpath is also open source software.

Development

Want to contribute code to this repo? You are welcome to do so.

Contact the Author

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License

MIT

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