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A command line tool to start Python virtual environments faster and easier.

Project description

A command line tool to start Python virtual environments faster and easier.

Installation:
sudo pip install pyquickenv

Next, add the following to your .bashrc:
pyenv() {
eval $(pyquickenv "$@")
}

Add An Environment:
pyenv add proj1 /home/user/git/proj1_path
*** Last argument is your project home directory and is optional ***

Activate Environment:
pyenv proj1

The command "pyenv proj1" executes:
1. source /home/user/pyenv/proj1/bin/activate
2. cd /home/user/git/proj1_path

Once in a virtual env you can type:
pyenv

This executes:
cd /home/user/git/proj1_path

To add projects manually that are not added via "pyenv add" edit the file:
/home/user/.pyenv.json

Sample JSON file, note "cd" is optional:
{
"proj1": {"env": "/home/user/ENVs/project1", "cd": "/home/user/git/project1"},
"proj2": {"env": "/home/user/ENVs/project2", "cd": "/home/user/git/project2"}
}

List Environments:
pyenv list

Remove an Environment:
pyenv rm proj1

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