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PTVS 2.0 Alpha Errors on VirtualENV Creation 4 Python 3.3

description

I attempted to create a project in Python 3.3. That worked fine but when I tried to create a Virtual Environment I received an error.
Creating virtual environment...
C:\Python\Python33\python.exe: No module named virtualenv
Error in creating virtual environment: 1
I figured that since Python 3.3 comes with Pyvenv I didn't need to take the additional steps to install virtualenv. I take it from this error that PTVS does not currently support this. Is there a way to configure PTVS to use pyvenv instead of virtualenv?

Thanks,

Christopher
Closed Mar 15, 2013 at 7:05 AM by Zooba
Covered by http://pytools.codeplex.com/workitem/1000 and even though this one has a better description, the other one has external links.

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Zooba wrote Mar 14, 2013 at 7:33 PM

Not in the alpha, but it will certainly be there for the next release. For now, we specifically require virtualenv. (In hindsight, we should have put a label in that dialog making this requirement explicit.)

newfound wrote Mar 14, 2013 at 10:24 PM

Yeah I figured it was something like that. In the next release something like that would be awesome. Thanks for the info.