Nice concept. I would suspect the next logical step would be easy to install other packages depending on what environments were being used.
Python 2.7 with pip, virtualenv, and virtualenvwrapper
Yeah yeah I know. I feel like if I did include Python 3, I’d also need to include Python 2.7. I’d be down to include both if I can figure out a decent setup. Anything?
This is ubuntu based, so why not just including the py3 packages?
I just need to figure out what’s a nice setup to have virtualenvwrapper work with different Python versions.
Point it at the desired python: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Python_VirtualEnv#Basic_Usage_2
That might just work, perhaps wrap some aliases like mkvirtualenv2.7 and mkvirtualenv3.3.
I like pyenv and it’s virtualenv plugin works very well for my needs. I think it’s easier to use but more hardcore Pythonitas would probably say otherwise.
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