Since python3, I've been using python3 -m venv venv. Is there anything virtualenv does extra compared to the other solution ?
python3 -m venv venv
they both do the same thing, but with some difference
virtualenv which works in both python 2 and 3 and this will copy the python binary file to the venv location, for more you can check here
I tend to used to this method, you know people follow their own way of doing thing
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