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Pipenv​Path

by dhelonious ST3

Automatically add pipenv virtual environment paths to th Sublime Text 3 environment.

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PipenvPath

Automatically add pipenv virtual environment paths to the Sublime Text 3 environment.

Pipenv is a wonderful packaging and dependency management tool for Python. However, while it manages virtual environments automatically, the name and thus the path of the venvs are random/hashed. One could add the venv path manually on a per-project basis using the Environment Settings plugin, though, this is tedious.

PipenvPath will automatically add the venv path managed by Pipenv to the PATH variable of the current project, which is yielded by the pipenv --venv command. This should work out of the box without any configuration, assuming that the Pipenv executable path is already provided by the PATH variable. Otherwise, the location of the Pipenv executable can be specified in Preferences.sublime-settings. A typical setup might look like this:

"pipenv_path":
    {
        "linux": "$HOME/.local/bin/pipenv",
        "windows": "%HOMEPATH%\\AppData\\Roaming\\Python\\Python37\\Scripts\\pipenv.exe"
    }

NOTE: You can also use the "osx" key (see the sublime.platform() documentation).

Installation

Clone this repository to your Sublime Text 3 Packages folder. You can find it by using the menu: Preferences > Browse Packages…

Credits

Based on the Environment Settings plugin by Daniele Niero.