API for virtual environments.
Python API for interacting with virtual environments.
The only real interface provided by a virtual environment is the CLI. This package wraps the command line tools to provide a more friendly programmatic interface.
Creating A Venv
from venvctrl import api api.VirtualEnvironment('/some/path/here').create()
from venvctrl import api venv = api.VirtualEnvironment('/some/existing/venv') if not venv.has_package('venvctrl'): venv.install_package('venvctrl') else: venv.uninstall_package('venvctrl')
Moving A Venv
from venvctrl import api venv = api.VirtualEnvironment('/some/existing/venv') venv.move('/some/new/path')
Alternatively, use the CLI.
venvctrl-relocate \ --source=/some/existing/venv \ --destination=/some/new/path \ --move
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