I’m using anaconda to create Python virtual environments for cause #bestpractices. I created a new conda environment with
conda create -n MYENV but when I go to the
Python: Select Interpreter option from the command palette, MYENV isn’t there. How do I get it to show up?
In all likelihood, the environment was successfully created and VSCode is just holding onto stale data. To resolve, you should be able to either close and re-open vscode or select the
Reload Window option from the command palette.
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