How to deactivate a virtualenv

After a virtualenv has been activated and used, you might want to get back your normal shell environment.

No matter whether you are using Bash or Fish, the activation script adds a deactivate function. Use this to deactivate the virtualenv:

$ deactivate

Tried with: Fish 2.2.0 and Ubuntu 14.04

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