Now that NodeJS Devs have accepted node_modules have been a bad idea and responded with creating Deno, can peeps kindly drop the headache called ? I would like to stay with plain requirements.txt and a virtual environment

@tecoholic I don't see that option going anywhere (pipenv is only for "programs", you still need pip for packaging libraries)

@meejah I should have been more clear. Packages are something I can live with using requirements.txt. It's the pipfile and lock file strategy from the pip env that gives me a headache. With virtualenv I knew everything was inside the project, pipenv by default hides the env and also creates noise with its lockfile.

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