Windows 10 – Bash (Ubuntu) | How to run Atom build with bash command?

Prerequisites

Description

I got a lot of problems when I try to run commands on Atom to “bash.exe”. No matter what extension I use.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Enable “Bash Ubuntu” for Windows 10.
  2. Setup compiler for my application on “Bash Ubuntu”.
  3. Test from “bash.exe” and “powershell.exe”. Everything work ok.
  4. Install Atom.
  5. Create an runner on Atom.
  6. Get msg “Erro: 0x80070057”

Expected behavior: Expected the same result as Powershell:
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Actual behavior: But I got this error:
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Reproduces how often: always happen.

Versions

Atom : 1.15.0-beta0
Electron: 1.3.13
Chrome : 52.0.2743.82
Node : 6.5.0

apm 1.15.3
npm 3.10.5
node 4.4.5 x64
python
git 2.9.0.windows.
visual studio 2015

Windows 10 Pro (with all lastest updates)

Additional Information

I got the same problem with any extension I use.

I wrote an question at Stack Overflow too:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/42121927/windows-10-bash-ubuntu-how-to-run-atom-build-on-bash

I found two things can help

1 possible answer(s) on “Windows 10 – Bash (Ubuntu) | How to run Atom build with bash command?

  1. We support building Atom on Windows using our native Windows environment only.

    There is no support and no plans to support compiling the Linux version of Atom on Windows using WSL.