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tasks produce a virtualenv zipapp (pypa#1287) Jan 25, 2019
tests revert symlink fix (pypa#1329) Feb 28, 2019
virtualenv_embedded Fix license() builtin by copying license into virtualenv (pypa#1318) Feb 18, 2019
virtualenv_support bump pip and wheel bundled (pypa#1321) Feb 22, 2019
.gitignore Move to news files for changelog via towncrier. (pypa#1234) Dec 24, 2018
.pre-commit-config.yaml revert to a non src layout (pypa#1264) Dec 25, 2018
AUTHORS.txt made lib64 symlink relative again (pypa#1249) Dec 3, 2018
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azure-pipelines.yml Fix typo in azure pipeline (pypa#1319) Feb 18, 2019
azure-run-tox-env.yml try to fix brew CI break Jan 14, 2019
pyproject.toml Move to a declarative build script via setup.cfg, improve package met… Dec 27, 2018
readthedocs.yml Fix documentation generation (pypa#1222) Oct 26, 2018
setup.cfg virtualenv does not *always* have a runtime dependency on setuptools (p… Jan 30, 2019 Move to a declarative build script via setup.cfg, improve package met… Dec 27, 2018
tox.ini bump vendored pip to 19.0.1 (pypa#1291) Jan 25, 2019 merge 'origin/master' Mar 21, 2019




This repo is an un-official fork of virtualenv, with the support of venv module in Python >= 3.3. You can install it to replace the original virtualenv via:

$ pip install -I

New releases can be found in Releases page.

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A tool for creating isolated 'virtual' python environments.

Latest version on PyPi Supported Python versions Azure Pipelines build status Documentation status Code style: black

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