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Has anyone used stanza on Windows 10?

Scott Greenwald
 

I was compiling successfully a while back on Windows 8, but am having trouble getting set up on Windows 10.

The error that I'm seeing when I try to compile helloworld.stanza is:

C:\...\Downloads\wstanza_0_12_0>stanza.exe examples\helloworld.stanza -o helloworld
'gcc" "-std' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

So it seems like there is some kind of shell command parsing problem, where it's interpreting 'gcc" "-std' as the command (instead of "gcc"). Also, gcc is on the path, this is mingw-w64, the "version" command works, etc etc

I also tried pretending Windows is Ubuntu using the new Win 10 linux components, and I get this error:
.../lstanza_0_12_0$ ./stanza examples/helloworld.stanza -o helloworld
No such file or directory

I also tried replacing the source and target with full paths, quoted and unquoted, and still just the cryptic "No such file...".

Any tips would be appreciated!

Thanks,
Scott


 

Thanks very much for letting us know. There may be a bug in how shell commands are escaped for Window's Command Prompt. We'll take a look into it immediately! -Patrick

Scott Greenwald
 

Thanks, Patrick!


On Dec 25, 2017 10:53, "Patrick S. Li" <patrickli.2001@...> wrote:

Thanks very much for letting us know. There may be a bug in how shell commands are escaped for Window's Command Prompt. We'll take a look into it immediately! -Patrick

 

Sorry for the late reply. Things got hectic over the holidays. Stanza 0.12.1 has just been released, which resolves the Windows command prompt escaping problem. Thanks for the bug report Scott! -Patrick