Author jt
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Date 2019-02-17.12:59:08
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Ok, so I just tested this by

1. Installing Python 3.7.2 with the regular installer
2. Copying out "Lib\venv" and "Lib\ensurepip" into another folder
3. Uninstalling Python 3.7.2 (there is now no user-available install of Python on this system)
4. Installing Python via NuGet and copying in venv & ensurepip
5. Creating a virtualenv with subprocess.check_output([sys.executable, "-m", "venv", ...path...]) using the NuGet python
6. Installing things with pip inside that venv

That worked fine for me, I installed Cython and some other packages of mine with no issue. Is there anything else I should test?
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