Do we still need virtualenv when we have containers? Cuz one of my friends thinks it’s a good idea to use virtualenv everywhere, even in production, even in an LXC?

Is it being paranoid or really a solution to some problem that would otherwise rise? I’m just curious.

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    Virtualenv inside a container on a Linux VM on Windows.
    Been there, done that.

    Also, if you use containers properly, then nope, doesn't make sense.
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