On Windows, some of the installation steps are bit more work, especially adding Gitify to your
This question on Stack Overflow explains the procedure of editing the PATH variable on Windows 7: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7307548/how-to-access-php-with-the-command-line-on-windows/7307581#7307581
It’s common on Windows that you need to add PHP, MySQL and the Gitify executables to the PATH.
Common locations of the PHP executable on windows include:
c:\php\php.exe c:\php5\php.exe c:\windows\php.exe c:\program files\php\php.exe c:\wamp\bin\php\php5\php.exe c:\xampp\php\php.exe <ampps root>\php\php.exe
If you use MAMP Pro make sure to enable “Make this version available on the command line”:
Check this option to add the current PHP version to the system path. You verify this by checking your System PATH in Advanced System Settings > Environment Variables > System Variables.
Here are the Windows dependencies in order to get the script to execute properly. They must be installed and their bin folders have to be added to the Windows PATH environment variable in the Advanced System Settings screen:
- UnZip for Windows compatible unzip capabilities (http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/unzip.htm)
- Win-Bash compatible linux bsh commands (http://sourceforge.net/projects/win-bash/?source=directory)
- compatible curl support (http://www.confusedbycode.com/curl/#downloads)
- curl needs the msvc redistributable in order to function (install this before curl) - https://download.microsoft.com/download/9/3/F/93FCF1E7-E6A4-478B-96E7-D4B285925B00/vc_redist.x64.exe
- windows composer support (https://getcomposer.org)
- Binary download - https://getcomposer.org/Composer-Setup.exe
Once those are completed, the rest of the instructions do work.