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I've successfully installed python modules as per the documentation, but the docs don't mention virtualenv. I'd prefer to install modules on a per-virtualenv basis but can't work out how to do this. Any pointers?

asked 25 Mar '14, 20:00

philgyford
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If you want to install a module in a virtualenv, then simply activate the virtualenv and install the module with "pip install name_of_module".

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answered 26 Mar '14, 18:35

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