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Thank you so much for considering this.

Both windows and linux based systems provides mechanisms to be dynamic and
relative to the path.

I wish there would be a way to add such behavior to Python development
manifesto and to check in pypi that packages are aligned

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On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 6:14 PM, Vinay Sajip <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:

>
> Vinay Sajip added the comment:
>
> This seems reasonable, but scripts written to venvs by e.g. pip hard-code
> the path to the venv, and this is a stumbling block to relocatability.
> There is no reason to use the activate scripts except under interactive use
> - a script installed in a venv should be directly runnable from its bin
> directory, but that currently won't work if the venv is moved to a new
> location.
>
> Outside of Python I maintain the distlib library which pip uses under the
> covers to write installed scripts, and I will try to consider a solution
> which solves the wider problem.
>
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