To activate a virtual environment for Python in the current directory, you can use the
virtualenv package. This package allows you to create isolated Python environments, which can be useful for managing dependencies and installing specific versions of packages.
virtualenv, you can use the following command:
pip install virtualenv
Once you have installed
virtualenv, you can create a new virtual environment in the current directory by running the following command:
This will create a new directory called
env in your current directory, which contains the files and directories for your new virtual environment.
To activate your virtual environment, you can use the following command:
This will modify your shell prompt to indicate that you are now using the virtual environment. You can now use
pip to install packages in your virtual environment without affecting the global Python installation.
When you are finished using your virtual environment and want to return to the global Python installation, you can use the
This will return your shell prompt to its normal state and you will no longer be using the virtual environment.