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Lazybones Installation

AEM_Forum
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Hi All,

I am following the article Creating an Adobe Experience Manager project using Lazybones at Creating an Adobe Experience Manager project using Lazybones

As a part of this exercise, I am required to install Lazybones on my Windows based laptop.

I downloaded lazybones-0.8.3.zip, unzipped it on a folder and put bin folder of it in PATH variable.

Is it the latest version and is that the correct installation procedure on Windows?

Thanks,

Rama.

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smacdonald2008
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In the Article - there is this note for Window users --

Note:

Windows users can find a PowerShell version of sdkman at https://github.com/flofreud/posh-gvm. It might also be easier to download the Lazybones distribution, unzip it, and add it to your path. See https://github.com/pledbrook/lazybones#running-it.

I also used the version you referenced and it works.

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smacdonald2008
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In the Article - there is this note for Window users --

Note:

Windows users can find a PowerShell version of sdkman at https://github.com/flofreud/posh-gvm. It might also be easier to download the Lazybones distribution, unzip it, and add it to your path. See https://github.com/pledbrook/lazybones#running-it.

I also used the version you referenced and it works.

AEM_Forum
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Hi Scott,

Thanks for responding.

I followed that URL only and installed, but just wanted to double check the procedure.

Thanks,

Rama.

smacdonald2008
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Ratna also successfully followed this to get it running. I do not think you should have any issues. As the Command LINE tool on WIndows - i use GITBash and it works for me.