Issue #105 resolved

Create virtualenvs from multiple Pythons

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I'd like to choose different Pythons as the basis for different virtualenvs (for example, to test that code runs Python 2.6 and Python 2.7). Please add this as an option when creating a virtualenv.

(Default = use system's default "python", otherwise use the supplied command/executable path)

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  1. Doug Hellmann

    mkvirtualenv invokes virtualenv, so you can use all of its options. The -p option will let you specify the python interpreter to use as the basis for a new virtualenv.

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