pipenv - 🐟🐍 A Fish plugin that automatically activates the Pipenv subshell.

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A Pipenv plugin for Fish Shell. Automatically activates your Pipenv shell when you cd into a directory containing a Pipenv project.

http://pipenv.org
https://github.com/fisherman/pipenv

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