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Author stefanholek
Recipients asvetlov, eric.araujo, georg.brandl, pitrou, python-dev, stefanholek, vinay.sajip
Date 2012-08-24.17:49:16
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Hm. What I am actually after is to "bless" an existing directory – source files and all – with a virtualenv (or pyvenv). I am not interested in the command deleting anything from anywhere, why thank you.


    $ git clone
    $ cd foo
    $ virtualenv .
    $ ./bin/python develop
    $ ./bin/python -q test

This is how I use virtualenv at the moment and I'd rather not lose that ability. Thanks.
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