I’m following the Electrosmith video guide to creating a new VS code project.
Typing “./helper.py create ./MyPprojects/ExampleProject --board seed” into Git Bash returns:
“bash: ./helper.py: No such file or directory”
I modified my Python install to ‘add python to environment variables’ (is this the same as adding to path?)
I’ve unticked all Python related things in ‘Add execution aliases’ (I’m on Windows 10) and restarted my computer.
I’m still getting same error message in Git Bash. Any clues to getting this up and running?
Other community members encountered the same issue and these were the solutions that they shared. Let me know if any of them work or not.
python3 to the start of the line:
python3 ./helper.py create ./MyProjects/ExampleProject --board seed
Creating a symlink that points
-s $(which python3) /usr/local/bin/python
#!/usr/bin/env python to
Credits to emilianoandronico7272 and jeremysykes7920 in the comment section of this video