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Added documentation on SMARTCD_QUIET

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jonasbn committed Mar 1, 2018
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curl -L http://smartcd.org/install | bash
Or
wget --no-check-certificate -O - http://smartcd.org/install | bash
Either method will prompt you to configure a small number of settings, and
then help you set up your shell to load it on login.
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Here are some examples of useful setups that have been created so far
### SILENCE SMARTCD
smartcd is by default verbose about what it does.
This can be silenced either by setting the environment variable
`SMARTCD_QUIET`
```bash
export SMARTCD_QUIET=1
```
Or you can quiet smartcd by setting the silence parameter in smartcd's
configuration file: `~/.smartcd_config`
```
SMARTCD_QUIET=1
```
### DISPLAY A MESSAGE
Sometimes you may want a message to be shown when you enter or leave the
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* virtualenv
virtualenv is a system for maintaining multiple, independent python
interpreters and associated modules, allowing you to easily activate and
deactivate them. This is very useful for development.
smartcd now ships with a helper designed to integrate virtualenv and smartcd
seamlessly together. Simply put this line in your enter script:
```
smartcd helper run virtualenv init /path/to/virtualenv
```
When you leave the directory, virtualenv will stop being in effect and you will
get your previous python back.
virtualenv is available at http://www.virtualenv.org/en/latest/index.html
### TEMPLATES

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