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I'm using virtualenv to maintain a Python installation on Windows.

I want to install the popular PIL module, which comes as .exe. I run the .exe installer, but it tries to install to the regular Python folder and it doesn't give me any opportunity to change to the virtual environment.

What can I do?

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Have you tried, just letting it install, then copying the files into the virtual environment?

It appears that you can use the 'Open Archive' option of 7-Zip to open up the exe file. Why not try opening it up, extracting your files and place them in the appropriate location.

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You can activate the virtualenv, the easy_install /path/to/exe

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  • Is this possible with pip too?
    – Ram Rachum
    Oct 25, 2011 at 11:09

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