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Ruby

shay r
shay r
11,337 Points

the line 'mkdir -p spec/features/todo_lists' gives me an error in windows command prompt which is 'the syntax of the command is incorrect' is there a fix for this ?

the line 'mkdir -p spec/features/todo_lists' gives me an error in windows command prompt which is 'the syntax of the command is incorrect' is there a fix for this ?

1 Answer

Jamie McCaw
Jamie McCaw
5,579 Points

Try removing the '-p' as well as changing all of the '/' with '\'. Should look like 'mkdir spec\features\todo_lists'