Below is a list of some of the extensions available for use with virtualenvwrapper.
Emacs desktop-mode lets you save the state of emacs (open buffers,
kill rings, buffer positions, etc.) between sessions. It can also be
used as a project file similar to other IDEs. The emacs-desktop
plugin adds a trigger to save the current desktop file and load a new
one when activating a new virtualenv using
user_scripts extension is delivered with virtualenvwrapper and
enabled by default. It implements the user customization script
features described in Per-User Customization.
vim-virtualenv is Jeremey Cantrell’s plugin for controlling virtualenvs from within vim. When used together with virtualenvwrapper, vim-virtualenv identifies the virtualenv to activate based on the name of the file being edited.
Below is a list of some of the templates available for use with mkproject.
The bitbucket extension automatically clones a mercurial repository from the specified bitbucket project.