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# This file must be used with "source bin/activate" *from bash*
# you cannot run it directly
 
deactivate () {
unset pydoc
 
# reset old environment variables
if [ -n "$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH" ] ; then
PATH="$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH"
export PATH
unset _OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH
fi
if [ -n "$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PYTHONHOME" ] ; then
PYTHONHOME="$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PYTHONHOME"
export PYTHONHOME
unset _OLD_VIRTUAL_PYTHONHOME
fi
 
# This should detect bash and zsh, which have a hash command that must
# be called to get it to forget past commands. Without forgetting
# past commands the $PATH changes we made may not be respected
if [ -n "$BASH" -o -n "$ZSH_VERSION" ] ; then
hash -r 2>/dev/null
fi
 
if [ -n "$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PS1" ] ; then
PS1="$_OLD_VIRTUAL_PS1"
export PS1
unset _OLD_VIRTUAL_PS1
fi
 
unset VIRTUAL_ENV
if [ ! "$1" = "nondestructive" ] ; then
# Self destruct!
unset -f deactivate
fi
}
 
# unset irrelavent variables
deactivate nondestructive
 
VIRTUAL_ENV="/Users/akaptur/Dropbox/python/flaskenv"
export VIRTUAL_ENV
 
_OLD_VIRTUAL_PATH="$PATH"
PATH="$VIRTUAL_ENV/bin:$PATH"
export PATH
 
# unset PYTHONHOME if set
# this will fail if PYTHONHOME is set to the empty string (which is bad anyway)
# could use `if (set -u; : $PYTHONHOME) ;` in bash
if [ -n "$PYTHONHOME" ] ; then
_OLD_VIRTUAL_PYTHONHOME="$PYTHONHOME"
unset PYTHONHOME
fi
 
if [ -z "$VIRTUAL_ENV_DISABLE_PROMPT" ] ; then
_OLD_VIRTUAL_PS1="$PS1"
if [ "x" != x ] ; then
PS1="$PS1"
else
if [ "`basename \"$VIRTUAL_ENV\"`" = "__" ] ; then
# special case for Aspen magic directories
# see http://www.zetadev.com/software/aspen/
PS1="[`basename \`dirname \"$VIRTUAL_ENV\"\``] $PS1"
else
PS1="(`basename \"$VIRTUAL_ENV\"`)$PS1"
fi
fi
export PS1
fi
 
alias pydoc="python -m pydoc"
 
# This should detect bash and zsh, which have a hash command that must
# be called to get it to forget past commands. Without forgetting
# past commands the $PATH changes we made may not be respected
if [ -n "$BASH" -o -n "$ZSH_VERSION" ] ; then
hash -r 2>/dev/null
fi

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