Ever happened to you, that one day you decided to start afresh Python project, and started to install all the packages, like pandas, NumPy, jupyter notebook, and then you realized that you've installed all of them in the system python rather than in a virtual environment. Yeah, you are not alone buddy.
Well, worry no more. Introducing
pip-venv-sure. (I don't know what I was thinking when I named it.)
pip3 insall pip-venv-sure alias pip3=pip3-venv-sure
Recommended to place the alias command in your
Now if you try to install a package without an activated venv this happens.
But if you have an activated venv it works as normal.
But, there are times when you've to install packages to the system Python in that case you can prevent
pip-venv-sure from checking for a venv using the
pip3 install any-template --allow-no-venv
If you don't like to install the said package, there is a way around it.
You can set an environment variable like this
The problem with it Is you've to unset or set this to
false when you want to install packages globally.
Well, that's all for today, and Thanks for reading.