pacmanshowed a bunch of package errors
sudo find / | grep xonsh --color=none | grep -v /root | grep -v /usr/lib | grep -v /home
chshsaid it's not in
/etc/shells. It did not put a
No such file or directoryerror.
gsb19 > <@gitter_halloleo:matrix.org> @matrixbot @gsb19 You can create your venvs with Python's
venv module (
python3 -m venv DIR). Just make sure that DIR is a subdirectory in
$VIRTUALENV_HOME.)Then vox will see it when you use
vox --list. HTH.
Meaning i'll have to recreate the existing virtualenvironments, reinstall dependencies and reconfigure external references to point to the new vox repos or add symlinks in the old scripts/bin dirs to the new virtualens in
Hi all, there is a way to handle the command not found ?
for example, when I enter pands , than ouput message :
~ $ pandas xonsh: subprocess mode: command not found: pandas Did you mean the following? pandoc: Command (pandoc)
if there is a function i can import pands automatically ?
@eggcaker I tried to handle this situation via
try: execx('unknown_command') print("Normal flow") except XonshError as e: print("Problems running unknown_command")
but it doesn't work. See #3701.