Best way to avoid stale *.pyc files?

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How do I avoid stale *.pyc files? Sometimes, especially when switching branches in version control, some *.pyc files are left there which are later used by Python instead of the source files.

What's the best way to make sure that I don't create or unknowingly use any stale *.pyc files?
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There is a useful environment variable for that: PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE

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