Pew - Python Env Wrapper
Releases & changelog
Python Env Wrapper is a set of commands to manage multiple virtual environments. Pew can create, delete and copy your environments, using a single command to switc
Notice: This project is currently in alpha stage
pydockenv is a library that aims to give the same experience of having a virtual environment, but backed by Docker! The idea is to make the usage of Docke
A strict, language-agnostic build system and dependency manager.
Use existing tools: lal build only shells out to an executable BUILD script in a configured docker container. Install what you want in your bu
Hatch is a productivity tool designed to make your workflow easier and more efficient, while also reducing the number of other tools you need to know. It aims to make the 90% use cases as pleasant as
Original : [Tensorflow version]
Pytorch implementation of various GANs.
This repository was re-implemented with reference to tensorflow-generative-model-collections by Hwalsuk Lee
Virtual Environment Detector (Bash)
This script is meant to be used for your bash prompt. It simply detects if the current directory likely includes a virtual environment that can be activated.
*An interactive pip requirements upgrader. Because upgrading requirements, package by package, is a pain in the ass. It also updates the version in your requirements.txt file.
pip-purge: uninstall everything in your virtualenv.
I don't like destroying and recreating virtualenvs to get a clean pip freeze.
Found 12 packages, uninstalling...
Run a command in the named virtualenv.
vex is an alternative to virtualenv's source wherever/bin/activate and deactivate, and virtualenvwrapper's workon, and also virtualenv-burrito if you use that. It works in a m
A lightweight application environment checker.
Python 3 only. The future is now.
To use Preflyt, install it pip install preflyt, and then invoke it:
ok, results = preflyt.ch
Simple Python Version Management: pyenv
pyenv lets you easily switch between multiple versions of Python. It's simple, unobtrusive, and follows the UNIX tradition of single-purpose tools that do one thing well.
Python Version Management, Simplified.
p is powerful and feature-packed, yet simple; both in setup and use. There are no tricky settings, options, or crazy dependencies. p is just a helpful ~600 line Bash