I recently got introduced to virtualenv : a “tool to create isolated Python evironments”. It allows to have a fine grain control on the dependencies of each of your python project, and separate each project environment from the others. For example, if a cool project requires the spamspam v1.1 and another cool project requires the version 1.2, performing a system-wide update of the spamspam library from 1.1 to 1.2 would cause the first project to break. Embed IPython in a virtualenv - *.isBullsh.it
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