Create-webiny-project fails with 'rm' not recognized

Trying to install a webiny project for the first time, and it looks like it’s trying to use an rm command on a Windows machine.

O/S: Windows 10 x64
Node: v10.15.3
Yarn: v1.2.1
Npm: 6.4.1

cpw-logs:
{
“context”: {}
}
{
“shortMessage”: “Command failed with exit code 1: rm C:\MyStuff\web\webiny\mycms\dependencies.json”,
“command”: “rm C:\MyStuff\web\webiny\mycms\dependencies.json”,
“exitCode”: 1,
“stdout”: “”,
“stderr”: “‘rm’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,\r\noperable program or batch file.”,
“failed”: true,
“timedOut”: false,
“isCanceled”: false,
“killed”: false,
“context”: {}
}
{
“shortMessage”: “Command failed with exit code 1: rm C:\MyStuff\web\webiny\mycms\dependencies.json”,
“command”: “rm C:\MyStuff\web\webiny\mycms\dependencies.json”,
“exitCode”: 1,
“stdout”: “”,
“stderr”: “‘rm’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,\r\noperable program or batch file.”,
“failed”: true,
“timedOut”: false,
“isCanceled”: false,
“killed”: false,
“context”: {}
}

I can see the new folder getting created, but when it bombs on the linux rm command, it all gets erased.

Thanks folks,
Frank

Hey @fpodlaha, sorry for being late, missed this message somehow :frowning:

We do not support cmd on Windows, so please use either Git Bash or WSL. I work on Windows 10 myself, using Git Bash.

And btw. the log is now fixed as well, there was some annoying bug in the previous versions which didn’t provide any useful output.

Let me know how it goes.
Cheers!