I'm using virtualenv and the virtualenvwrapper. I can switch between virtualenv's just fine using the
me@mymachine:~$ workon env1 (env1)me@mymachine:~$ workon env2 (env2)me@mymachine:~$ workon env1 (env1)me@mymachine:~$
However, how do I exit all virtual machines and workon my real machine again? Right now, the only way I have of getting back to
is to exit the shell and start a new one. That's kind of annoying. Is there a command to workon "nothing", and if so, what is it? If such a command does not exist, how would I go about creating it?
Usually, activating a virtualenv gives you a shell function named:
which puts things back to normal.
I have just looked specifically again at the code for
virtualenvwrapper, and, yes, it too supports
deactivate as the way to escape from all virtualenvs.
If you are trying to leave an Anaconda environment, the procedure is a bit different: run the two-word command
source deactivate since they implement deactivation using a stand-alone script.
bash-4.3$ deactivate pyenv-virtualenv: deactivate must be sourced. Run 'source deactivate' instead of 'deactivate' bash-4.3$ source deactivate pyenv-virtualenv: no virtualenv has been activated.