A popular IDE for developing and debugging code. To integrate your ActiveState runtime with your VS Code environment:
activestate.yamlfile (or a subdirectory of that directory), enter
state export envand wait for the executable file location to be returned.
state export envcommand in Step 1 and paste it into the “enter a path for a Python interpreter” field provided.
On the bottom right of the window you will see the default interpreter path, Python 3.9.15 64-bit in the image above, has been changed to the new interpreter Python 3.9.14(exec;venv) in the image shown below.
You have now integrated your ActiveState Python runtime with your Visual Studio Code environment. Any work done on this file will use your project’s specific language interpreter.
After adding, removing, or adjusting your project’s packages using the ActiveState Platform or the State Tool you may need to restart your IDE for the changes to take effect.