Author steve.dower
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Date 2019-02-16.22:37:47
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The whole point of a venv is to give you a separate directory with a "stand alone" Python. As that's what you just installed with nuget, there's no point in creating a venv - just pip install directly into it.

Alternatively, you can pip install virtualenv and use that.
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