Windows 10 CLI new-project symlink

Have Grav CLI running on Windows 10 – for the most part. One issue seemingly remains.

The issue involves an incomplete build when running bin/grav new-project C:/MAMP/htdocs/zzMyNewProject

The directories and files seem to load. However, the process ends with:

Pages Initializing
    C:\MAMP\htdocs\gravBlog/user/pages -> Created
    mappings: /.editorconfig does not exist!
    mappings: /codeception.yml does not exist!

install should be run with --symlink|--s to symlink first

The following has no effect:

bin/grav --s new-project C:/MAMP/htdocs/zzMyNewProject

Maybe the created directory structure C:\MAMP\htdocs\gravBlog/user/pages (mix of forward and back slashes) is causing the problem?

When I then cd to the created folder and run `bin/grav install’ to install the dependencies, an error results:

$ bin/grav install
'eval' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
ERROR Missing .dependencies file in user/ folder
ERROR invalid YAML in .dependencies

I’m sure that this has something to do with the symlink reference. However, a stackoverflow search on this returns a rabbit-hole of regx fixes. I’d rather not go down that path. Any suggestions?

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