Some additional functions for working with remote virtualenvs in Fabric.
fabric-virtualenv provides Fabric functions for creating virtualenvs on remote servers, as well as installing packages to them, and running other Fabric operations in the context of the virtualenv.
A context manager that performs all nested operations in the context of the virtualenv path.
For example:>>> from fabvenv import virtualenv >>> with virtualenv('/home/me/venv/'): ... run('python foo')
It is highly recommended to use an absolute path, as Fabric’s cd() contextmanager is always applied BEFORE virtualenv(), regardless of how they are nested.
fabvenv.make_virtualenv(path, dependencies=, eggs=, system_site_packages=True)
Create or update a virtualenv in path, installing the given packages and eggs.
path - The path to the virtualenv. This path will be created if it does not already exist.
dependencies - a list of paths or URLs to Python packages to install with pip.
eggs - a list of paths or URLs to eggs to install with easy_install. Eggs can be used to speed up deployments that require libraries to be compiled.
system_site_packages - If True, the newly-created virtualenv will expose the system site package. If False, these will be hidden.
python_binary - If not None, should be the path to python binary that will be used to create the virtualenv.
Ensure a version of the virtualenv command is available on the remote server. If none exists, a standalone virtualenv.py script will be downloaded from the virtualenv github and saved as ~/virtualenv.py.
The virtualenv command that is prepared is available as env.virtualenv.
0.2.1 - Fix bug in make_virtualenv with virtualenv.py installed by prepare_virtualenv.
0.2.0 - make_virtualenv now updates system_site_packages flag on previously-created virtualenvs.
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