tismer at stackless
Jan 6, 2013, 10:10 AM
Post #7 of 9
Yes, you can do the upgrade, but there are a few flaws which keep me
from using this:
It is pretty common to use virtualenv inside a mercurial checkout.
With venv, installation with
python3 -m venv my-repos
complains that the directory is not empty.
python3 -m venv my-repos --clear
I was shocked, because that kills my repository :-(
After doing a new clone of my repos, I tried with
python3 -m venv my-repos --update
This works a little, but does not install the bin/activate source.
Finally, I reverted to using virtualenv instead, although I would love
to migrate. But this is not enough.
Anything I'm missing here?
cheers - chris
On 24.08.12 13:30, Andrew Svetlov wrote:
> Looks like you can use for that
> $ pyvenv . --upgrade
> On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 12:19 PM, "Stefan H. Holek ¬∑ Jarn"
> <stefan [at] jarn> wrote:
>> FYI, I have created a tracker issue for this: http://bugs.python.org/issue15776
>> On 23.07.2012, at 09:09, Stefan H. Holek wrote:
>>> The feature certainly is on *my* wish-list but I might be alone here. ;-)
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