It's been quite a long time since, I have written anything here.
Lots of things have been going on since then. But, for this one just keeping it limited to some of my python notes.
Just used Python's virtual environments, https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/venv.html
To create a virtual environment, decide upon a directory where you want to place it, and run the venv module as a script with the directory path:
python3 -m venv tutorial-env
This will create the
tutorial-env directory if it doesn’t exist, and also create directories inside it containing a copy of the Python interpreter, the standard library, and various supporting files.
Once you’ve created a virtual environment, you may activate it.
On Windows, run:
On Unix or MacOS, run:
Just to check if everything is going on fine,
run python (within the venv)
import sys sys.path
The output should show the paths.