[Geany-Users] Use python virtualenvs in Geany
flebber.crue at xxxxx
Sun Feb 2 00:12:12 UTC 2014
OK using vanilla virtualenv(no wrapper) and with built in project from
geany I have ~/Projects/Test/bin/activate for virtualenv.
The project is open and so %p as working directory works perfectly, however
it returns error on source /bin/sh:1 :source "not found.
Updated the command to source bin/activate; python "%f" as thats the usual
command line activation. still same error.
So it doesn't seem to activate, the command works ok in the terminal
Launching from a terminal with venv active does seem to work.
On Sat, Feb 1, 2014 at 11:56 PM, Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger at uvena.de>wrote:
> On 01/02/14 00:58, Sayth Renshaw wrote:
> > Thanks for the help. I use virtualenvwrapper and am comfortable with it.
> > Will just start from with env at moment and play with the build commands.
> > Perhaps I was over thinking it.
> I don't use virtualenvwrapper and so don't know it very much. I
> personally rather like to work with virtualenv directly,
> virtualenvwrapper always caused me more troubles than it solved.
> That said and putting virtualenvwrapper aside, it should be quite easy:
> create a project in Geany per virtualenv and adjust the build commands.
> Without having tested it, it should be sufficient to just use the Python
> executable from the bin directory of the corresponding virtualenv as
> this interpreter executable already knows about the paths. No sure how
> this works but it does. This way you can save you the hassle of
> activating the virtualenv.
> As said, I didn't test it, but I use the 'specific python executable'
> trick on production machines to start cronjobs and other management
> commands in some Django projects.
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