> From: scmmanage <scmman...@gmail.com>

> $ repo init
> sh.exe": /c/Users/vikram.sadasivam.LGE/bin/repo: /usr/bin/env: bad 
> interpreter:
> Permission denied
> Please do ask me if anything I left out.

It has something to do with an executable file that is organized as an
"interpreter script" (an intro at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pound_bang) which specifies
"/usr/bin/env" as the interpreter.  /usr/bin/env (on your system) is
either not present, or you are for some reason not allowed to execute
it as a program.

If I read the message correctly,
/c/Users/vikram.sadasivam.LGE/bin/repo (which is probably the same as
C:\Users\vikram.sadasivam.LGE\bin\repo) is the "executable file" in

My guess is that /usr/bin/env on your system does not designate an
installed file.  I don't know what you need to do to obtain that file.

Do you know that repo can be installed and run on Windows?


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