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Cleaning up conda environments

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Often when I’m developing or debugging in Python I end up creating throw away conda environments. They will be to test some package installation or combination of packages and once I’ve finished I will probably never use them again.

Usually I accidentally leave these hanging around and end up with a cluttered conda env list.

Here’s a quick one liner to remove any environments with the words tmp, temp or test in them.

$ conda env list | grep 'tmp\|temp\|test' | awk '{ print $1 }' | xargs -n1 -d'\n' conda env remove -n
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