What is virtualenvwrapper
making it easier to work on more than one project at a time without
introducing conflicts in their dependencies.
+- Incorporated patch to add ``-d`` option to
+ ``add2virtualenv``, contributed by ``miracle2k``.
+- Add ``-i`` option to ``mkvirtualenv``.
+- Add ``mktmpenv`` command for creating temporary
+ environments that are automatically removed when they are
+- Fixed a problem with hook_loader that prevented it from working
+ under Python 2.5 and 2.4.
+- Fix a problem with the way template names were processed under
-This release merges in the project directory management features
-previously delivered separately as ``virtualenvwrapper.project``. The
-new command ``mkproject`` creates a working directory associated with
-a virtualenv, and can apply templates to populate the directory (for
-example, to create a new Django site).
-This release also adds a ``-r`` option to ``mkvirtualenv`` to specify
-a pip requirements file for packages that should be installed into the
-new environment after is is created.
-Version 2.9 includes the features previously delivered separately by
-``virtualenvwrapper.project``. If you have an older verison of the
-project extensions installed, remove them before upgrading.
+Version 2.10 includes the features previously delivered separately by
+``virtualenvwrapper.tmpenv``. If you have an older verison of the
+temporary environment extensions installed, remove it before
.. _virtualenv: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv