If I make the question too verbose it gets ignored. For some reason, for one repo only, the git bash command is suddenly missing from the right-click context menu. The easiest way is to install it via the. It comes with a Bash a Unix-type shell , with a Perl interpreter and with the Git executable and its dependencies. Still, it misses some of my original question.
Just like being able to just run cmd. Update I found which nearly helped me find the problem and the solution. This one was actually a test, and it confirmed my feelings. Summary You are correct, Git Bash for Windows is not just bash compiled for Windows. You can use either of them. I still haven't found a good answer for my question. This discussion is very helpful as well:.
As I mentioned earlier, I have no idea whatsoever whether this can be fixed. What modifications do I need to make to get this working? A poor analogy but one likely to be more readily understood by more people is the combination of the command prompt and. What could have caused this, and how do I get the entry back? Or did you choose the defaults? Have you tried posting a new question for the rsync problem? On the other hand, msysGit is the software package installing the build environment that can build Git for Windows. I just installed Git for Window version 2. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread. When I edit carefully people seem to take the brevity as a lack of research.
Update: you may be interested in doing the same with , a. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. However, we are looking at how we might rationalize, simplify, and improve settings in the future. You will have to put in some effort to show that your wish can be addressed, that it is possible to initialize a repository in a Library. Yesterday I ran into a problem with rsync, and I started digging deeper into Git Bash for Windows. I have no idea where in the registry to look for something like that; I'm a Linux girl and registry hacks are way out of my scope of Windows knowledge.
But with the Q4 2015 and the new Q2 2015 , you now have. Please use ConEmu instead, it's much better than my method. This means that all these extra commands have to be bundled together with Bash to create a usable software package. I say, similar, because would need to change the corresponding command subtly replace %1 with %V. Let us know if you get it working.
If that doesn't help, according to folders can have different context menus based on their. This may not be an option for everyone, but here's what finally worked for me. Original answer June 2013 More precisely, from : Historically, Git on Windows was only officially supported using Cygwin. You cannot create directories in it, including. The beginning: msysgit Actually, the beginning is probably msys, but really msys2. Folder options are the same for both folders.
The terminal window: mintty The other part of git bash for windows is the actual window command line, mintty. Windows Registry Editor Version 5. I have a folder in my C root called gitRepo, which contains all my various repos. Do you have to uninstall the original version first, or just run the new installer and it will take care of everything? In short: this is probably never going to work. I think the question asker is was thinking that git bash is a command like git init or git checkout.
Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. To do this, you have to have local repositories on your computer. There are several problems with this command that causes the console to return an error. Have a question about this project? Once I knew that the new repo was working, I deleted the old folder. Yes, I know I can open a bash window from the working one, and then just use cd.
Git bash is not a command, it is an interface. The example above use C:. This is a subtle, but important, difference. Otherwise it would just waste everybody's time if I reopened this ticket. But when I right click in a repository I opened in library. Now, I think, I'm in the right place to get this answer! After that everything is working fine.