Is it possible to launch python idle from a virtual environment?

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I have a package that I installed from a virtual environment. if I launch Idle, that package cannot be imported since it's only available in one particular virtualenv. How can I launch Idle from a virtualenv, so that all packages from the virtualenv would be available?
Aug 8, 2019 in Python by Arvind
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Assuming that you are using python 3, you can do it using following steps - 

  1. Start the virtual environment
  2. Run python -m idlelib.idle
Now you can import the required package that you want to use.
answered Aug 8, 2019 by Neel
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