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Wrapper for Virtual Environment Access with SublimeREPL

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STVenvWrapper

Wrapper for Virtual Environment Access with SublimeREPL

STVenvWrapper is a wrapper script that allows simple generation of virutal-environment-specific REPLs through SublimeREPL.

NOTE: You must have SublimeREPL to use this wrapper. For installation instructions visit the github page.

This package will be made available through Package Control.

To be in line with modern virtual environment tools, STVenvWrapper will, by default, search for the following directories:

~/.venv
~/.virtualenvs

To add your own path, you have two choices:

1) Create a symbolic link to your venv bin directory (~/User/ProjectVenv/bin) in one of the default paths. or 2) Create a '''STVenvWrapper.sublime-settings''' file in your Sublime User directory with your paths in json format.