26 Nov 2011, 00:27
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Trevor Burnham (51 posts)

I’m pleased to say that as of Node 0.6.3 and CoffeeScript 1.1.3, Windows users can now install and use the @coffee@ command just as easily as anyone else! Just download the latest Node installer, then run

npm install -g coffee-script

just like you would under Mac/Linux. You should then be able to run @coffee@ to enter the REPL.

All mention of Cygwin is hereby banished from future editions of the book.

09 Jan 2012, 02:48
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Lee Taylor (1 post)

I have Windows7 so you are saying I can now use Node 0.6.3 and CoffeScript 1.1.3?

10 Jan 2012, 15:41
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Trevor Burnham (51 posts)

Totally! Just download the latest Node installer for Windows at http://nodejs.org/, then run the command I gave above.

16 May 2012, 19:40
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Stephen Brennan (1 post)

Edit: Solve the issue myself :) I was trying to run npm from within node.js which didn’t work. When I ran npm by itself, coffee-script installed.

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