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ztc doesn't start from command line but the Studio runs normally

Hi,
I am using Zerynth Studio for some time without any problem. Today I tried to start ztc from command line but it didn't start; just an output like: C:\Users\Murat Tolo
It is strange because the full path to zerynth2 directory is C:\Users\Murat Toloğlu\zerynth2 ,  It looks like the smooth g (ğ) in my surname cuase a conflict. I didin't try to change my username in win7 because it is not easy and may cuase other problems.
Could anyone help me to resolve this issue. 

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  • ta1dbta1db Member
    edited January 13
    Further to my above problem; if I click "create repository" on Zerynth Studio menu I get: 
    [info] Committing changes to local repository...
    [info] Ok
    [info] Pushing changes to remote repository...
    [error] unpacking the sent packfile failed on the remote

    and if I re-load the project I get:
    Checking for updates...
    [warning] No branch master in remote zerynth

    perhaps the two problems are related!?
  • ta1dbta1db Member
    On this occasion I will also appreciate to learn how to manually configure the project local repository to use my own Github account instead of Zerynth backend, and how to manually perform unsupported git commands like "merge" from command line. Thanks a lot.
  • Hi ta1db,

    yes, regarding the ztc commands, this is a very weird behavior, even because Zerynth Studio uses, in many of its functionalities, the ztc commands in background.
    Did you open the prompt with particular authorizations (admin)?

    Processing special chars and spaces in the username for Windows machine caused a bad functioning of the ztc in a very old version of the Zerynth Studio (r2.0.4 if I remember correctly) and this has been fixed in all subsequent releases.

    Furthermore, in those cases, even the Zerynth Studio, for those features that needed a ztc command execution (for example the registration of a new device or the recovery of the profile information, did not work properly.

    Ztc commands can also be launched from wherever (not necessarily from the folder where the * .exe file is saved) and when you run "ztc", you should get the help section - like this:

    Usage: ztc.py [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...
    
      Zerynth Toolchain.
    
    Options:
      -v                            Verbose.
      --colors / --no-colors        To enable/disable colors.
      --traceback / --no-traceback  To enable/disable exception traceback printing
                                    on criticals.
      --user_agent TEXT             To insert custom user agent.
      --pretty                      To display pretty json output.
      -J                            To display the output in json format.
      --help                        Show this message and exit.
    
    Commands:
      aws       ztc and AWS cli integration
      clean     Clean up old installations and temp files
      compile   Compile a project.
      device    Manage devices.
      info      Display info about ZTC status.
      link      Generate bytecode runnable on a specific VM.
      linter    Python linter.
      login     Obtain an authentication token
      ota       Manage OTA updates
      package   Manage packages.
      profile   Manage account info.
      project   Manage projects.
      register  Obtain an authentication token
      reset     Password reset.
      thing     Manage connected devices
      uplink    Uplink bytecode to a device.
      vm        Manage Zerynth Virtual Machine.
    
    Please try to open a prompt with accessing with your normal user (the same you uses to run Zerynth Studio) and let me know.

    Regarding the "create repository" issue, this is a known bug (completely unrelated to the first problem) and we're already working on it; stay tuned for new updates.

    The usage of Github in parallel with the Zerynth git is possible and 100% compatible; if you have your project in a Github repository the "create repository" command from the Zerynth Studio will add a remote called zerynth (with its related url) in the ".git/config" file,
    In this way, you can use the standard command line syntax of git for both Zerynth and Github repo, and if you want to interact with the Zerynth repository, you have to tap zerynth instead of origin for remote commands; here an example for push operation:

    git push origin master --> if you want to push in your Github repository
    
    git push zerynth master --> if you want to push in your Zerynth repository

    Hope this can help you; keep me posted ;)


    Matteo Cipriani
    Zerynth Support Team
  • ta1dbta1db Member
    thank you very much @Matteo Cipriani, I will study your reccomendations very carefully.
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