Basically everyone has that directory in their PATH - we'd be hearing a lot more issues if it were a consistent bug.
Can you share the full contents of your activate.bat file? And if it's okay, your full PATH variable (before and after running activate.bat)
(You may not want to share PATH if there are applications in there that you don't want to be seen publicly - in that case, can you randomize letters rather than deleting them? e.g. "System32"->"Xborpm99" That way we won't lose potentially important information to this bug like punctuation.)
So if I replace this section from venv's activate.bat:
if defined _OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH (
) else (
REM if defined _OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH (
if not defined _OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH goto ENDIFVPATH1
REM ) else (
if defined _OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH goto ENDIFVPATH2
then venv\Scrtips\activate.bat seems to behave as expected.
my user path contains a stray double quotation mark (")
Steve, do you think we should work around this by first removing double quote characters from PATH? This will fix the user's PATH, making one or more directories searchable again, but it could have side effects.
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