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Installation step 2: not a valid identifierline 89: export: `sha1 #11
Following Step 2: Getting the esp-idf repository from github of the installation process on Windows 7 x64, I got the following two messages regarding sha1 (at the end of the full log below):
I have tried this step twice with the same result.
Should I be concerned?
(Deleted previous comment because I can reproduce this without any special directories, etc.)
I can confirm @igrr's comment that despite this error everything seems to work fine and the git submodule checkout is 100% valid. So it's nothing you have to worry about for now, provided esp-idf works as expected.
I did notice this path is directly in the msys "root":
Did you mean to run the git checkout from the directory
@projectgus - indeed I did git checkout intentionally from '/'.
From deciding to set up the
Thanks for the kind words, that's exactly the kind of result we are all aiming for!
I've added a note in our Windows documentation about the weird submodule messages, with a link to this issue. There may eventually be a solution, but at least it's not breaking any functionality.