Can someone explain me this?


#41

The log isn’t outputted to a file. It’s directly outputted inside a console window. As in, the one that’s currently running the dev server.


#42

It’s nowhere


#43

Not even in the console window? It should’ve outputted something.


#44

what you mean by the “output window” ?


#45

Something like this.

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#46

a cmd, is it the msys2 ?


#47

Yes.

That’s what I’ve been telling you all this time.


#48

oh


#49

what do i type XD

i’m sorry if i waste your time


#50

python dev

Then press the Enter key and the server should launch.


#51

bash : python : invalid command.


#52

wait, i notcied i missed some steps


#53

I’m lost. and confused.


#54

Well then, I’d suggest you add these lines to the .bashrc file in the configured home directory for MSYS2 (usually by default it’s located at <MSYS2 install dir>\home\<username>\):

alias python=c:/<MSYS2 install dir Unix-style>/usr/bin/winpty <path to the Python program>'
export PATH='/c/<MSYS2 install dir Unix-style>/mingw64/bin:/c/<MSYS2 install dir Unix-style>/usr/bin'
export PYTHONPATH='<path to the msn-server folder>'
export GIT_GUI_LIB_DIR=/c/<MSYS2 install dir Unix-style>/usr/share/git-gui/lib

Also, when I say Unix-style, I mean the back slashes (\) replaced with forward slashes (/), so the resulting path should be akin to a URL (e.g.; msn-dev\msys64 becomes msn-dev/msys64).


#55

good

Like this ?


#56

Remove the extra C:\'s, and you’re good to go. :stuck_out_tongue:


#57

ok


#58

Good ?


#59

-bash : python : invalid command

F*CK


#60

Maybe the pound signs in the previous reply can explain the error (Pound signs in Bash signal a comment).