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The command line tool "lsvirtualenv" is a utility for managing virtual environments in Python. It is primarily used with the virtualenvwrapper package, which provides a set of commands to create and manage virtual environments. When you run "lsvirtualenv" without any arguments, it lists all the available virtual environments on your system. The output includes the names of the virtual environments and their corresponding paths. Additionally, "lsvirtualenv" provides several other options to filter and customize the output. For example, you can use the "-b" flag to show only the basic information of each virtual environment, such as the name and path. You can also use the "--brief" option to display a more condensed version of the output. Furthermore, "lsvirtualenv" offers a "--long" flag to include additional details about each virtual environment, such as the Python executable being used. Overall, "lsvirtualenv" is a handy tool for quickly inspecting and managing virtual environments in Python.

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