@Felix What I meant was the case that running Zeppelin in the Windows environment natively without a docker and a virtual Linux environment. People could run Zeppelin through these kinds of ways but in the case where they run Zeppelin natively, we didn't test that case and couldn't know the potential problems as well. We could guide to use a docker container or virtual Linux environment by default for Windows users instead of using native scripts.
@Jeff, I also thought of running interpreters in Windows. I don't think it's easy to set up CI for windows. Basically, I agree with that the best way is to support Windows well. But the more important thing is to keep Window users' UX. WDYT? On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 12:53 AM Jeff Zhang <zjf...@gmail.com> wrote: > I think the issue is about running spark interpreter in windows. This is > due to some script changes in interpreter launch script interpreter.sh, but > it is not applied in interpreter.cmd. We could still support windows by > fixing this issue, but I don't have time on this right now. I would be very > appreciated if someone else can help on this, and also set up CI in > appveyer > > Thomas Bernhardt <bernhardt...@yahoo.com> 于2019年2月26日周二 下午8:12写道： > >> We had no trouble running 0.8.0 on Windows 10 professional. We even set >> up authentication. Maybe our case is special however since we don't use any >> of the provided interpreters and only have an own interpreter. >> -Tom >> >> On Monday, February 25, 2019, 9:29:14 PM EST, Jongyoul Lee < >> jongy...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> Hi Dev and Users, >> >> Recently, personally, I've got reports that Z couldn't run under Windows' >> environments. >> >> I think we need to discuss how to handle issues supporting windows. >> >> AFAIK, there are not many resources to test Z under Windows by committers >> or contributors. If we couldn't support Windows well, how about removing >> bin/*.cmd and focusing on alternatives like dockers. >> >> WDYT? >> >> JL >> >> -- >> 이종열, Jongyoul Lee, 李宗烈 >> http://madeng.net >> > > > -- > Best Regards > > Jeff Zhang > -- 이종열, Jongyoul Lee, 李宗烈 http://madeng.net