This tool could help you to create new isolated Python environment.
Status and License
It is written by Evgeny Generalov, and sponsored by the, damn!.. nobody. It is licensed under an MIT-style permissive license.
The easiest way to create virtualenv to open a terminal and type:
python -murllib http://tiny.cc/ve-setup | python . ./python/bin/activate
You can address It by full URL or pass any virtualenv option:
python -murllib https://github.com/generalov/virtualenv-setup/raw/1.0/ve_setup.py \ | python - --no-site-packages .venv
Common usage pattern:
Usage: ve_setup.py [[virtualenv options] DEST_DIR]
Certainly, sir! I tested It with some sort of wine:
wine C:/python26/python.exe ve_setup.py
What It Does
ve_setup.py is tool to download virtualenv and create new isolated Python
The basic problem being addressed is to create isolated Python environment on
systems where virtualenv package is not installed. Imagine you have an hosting
with very old
setuptools and without
virtualenv. How can you create
isolated Python environment?
ve_setup.py can help you. It download ez_setup.py to fetch desired version
virtualenv package into a temporary directory. Then It creates new
isolated Python environment with your arguments in the given directory (named
python by default).
If you want to use virutalenv in your script, just put
ve_setup.py into any
directory on the
PYTHONPATH, and add this to the top:
#!/usr/bin/env python try: from ve_setup import use_virtualenv except ImportError: import urllib urllib.retrive("http://tiny.cc/ve-setup", 've_setup.py') from ve_setup import use_virtualenv use_virtualenv(['--distribute', "python"], requirements="requirements.pip")
This will create virtualenv if needed, install requirements and activate it.