Rofrano commented (Aug 9, 2019
Docker just broke my development environment too. 🙁 As a Python developer I use
autoenvextensively so all of my
.envfiles start with:
if [ -d "venv" ]; then deactivate>/ dev / null 2>& 1 source venv / bin / activate fi export FLASK_APP=service: app ... blah, blah, blach, etc.
This allows me to simply
cdinto a folder and have that Python virtual environment immediately activated.
We need a way to disable this behavior or at a minimum have it give a warning and keep going because my
.envfile is not meant for docker consumption.
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