- pyenv versions
Lists the Python versions that pyenv currently has installed
- pyenv local <version> [<version>…]
Sets a local application-specific Python version by writing the version name to a .python-version file in the current directory.
- pyenv global <version> [<version>…]
Sets the global version of Python to be used in all shells by writing the version name to the ~/.pyenv/version file. This version can be overridden by an application-specific .python-version file, or by setting the PYENV_VERSION environment variable.
- pyenv shell <version> [<version>…]
Sets a shell-specific Python version by setting the PYENV_VERSION environment variable in your shell. This version overrides application-specific versions and the global version.
- pyenv install <version>
Install a Python version
- pyenv install –list
list the all available versions of Python, including Anaconda, Jython, pypy, and stackless
- pyenv uninstall
Uninstall a specific Python version.
- pyenv which <command>
Displays the full path to the executable that pyenv will invoke when you run the given command. E.g.
pyenv which python3.