How to execute bash .sh file from primalscript

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painter343
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How to execute bash .sh file from primalscript

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Product, version and build: PrimalScript 2016,
32 or 64 bit version of product: 64bit
Operating system: Windows 10
32 or 64 bit OS: 64bi5

Are there any guides on how to run a bash script using primalscript on Windows?

My setup is: Windows 2008 R2, Powershell 4 and PrimalScript 2016

Thanks,

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Re: How to execute bash .sh file from primalscript

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There will be blog post about this subject tomorrow morning. Please stand by. I will add the link here once the post is published.
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Re: How to execute bash .sh file from primalscript

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Hey Alex,

This is excellent! I just read your blog about running bash in windows. I had managed to get it working a few days ago, however, I didn't know about the ASCII encoding - good tip!

I wish you guys would do more of these blogs about PrimalScript - similar to what June Blender is doing for PowerShell studio. I think she's doing a great job showing users these things that might appear simple but make all the difference to one's workflow to Powershell studio.

Keep up the good work on the tool and especially the blogs about using the tools.

Regards,

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