Issue #213 resolved

A feature for cloning a repo together with mkvirtualenv?

Erik B
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I am using virtualenvwrapper for some time now. A very common scenario I have is that I want to clone a repo from bitbucket or github and create a virtualenv for it. But this usecase seems to only work if I first clone the repo and then force a mkvirtualenv for it. If it is a common scenario for other people as well, maybe there could be a default solution for it, like mkvirtualenv which automatically clones the example repo and creates a virtualenv named example for it?

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