Author steve.dower
Recipients eric.araujo, ncoghlan, richard, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-04-18.16:19:43
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I could reuse the venv config file but it would need a new property to forcibly use the 'home' value regardless of whether '$home\Lib\os.py' exists (in case the stdlib is zipped) and to make it relative to the file's path rather than the user's current directory.

How about adding an 'applocal=True' property to pyvenv.cfg that basically implies -I, PYTHONHOME=os.dirname(pyvenv_cfg), and skips the registry lookup on Windows completely (which there's currently no way to achieve)?
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