Python Tutorial: VENV (Mac & Linux) – How to Use Virtual Environments with the Built-In venv Module



In this Python Programming Tutorial, we will be learning how to use virtual environments on the Mac and Linux operating systems with the built-in venv module. We will learn how to create them, activate them, remove them, and much more. Let’s get started…

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11 thoughts on “Python Tutorial: VENV (Mac & Linux) – How to Use Virtual Environments with the Built-In venv Module

  1. Why/when would you use venv over pyenv? For me, a big advantage to using pyenv is the ability to have your virtual environment activated automatically whenever you cd into a project folder.

  2. Nice video, as always. Which is better to use Anaconda/miniconda or pipenv or venv for virtual environment? I use Anaconda for both virtual environment and as a package manager (and use pip too). Thanks.

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