All available commands are described below. If you need more details, run
pem help or
pem <command> help to get them.
Displays a help message.
Installs desired version of Python. In addition, the command updates
pip to the latest version and installs
virtualenv package. It’s possible to pass several versions instead of one.
Removes provided either version of Python or virtual environment. It’s possible to pass several versions instead of one.
Creates a virtual environment based on given version and configures it as the local one for a current directory.
Displays Python’s path which was configured for the directory. If the virtual environment is absent, a default Python’s path will be displayed.
Removes virtual environment which was configured for this directory.
Creates a float virtual environment. In order to use it, you have to run
Configures provided virtual environment as default for the system.
Displays system’s virtual environment.