This guide provides details for using and configuring Guild for Windows environments.
Activate Virtual Environments
To activate a virtual environment on Windows, run
activate.bat, which is located in the
Scripts directory of the virtual environment:
If you’re running Power Shell, run
Set Environment Variables
Guild makes use of various environment variables, in particular
GUILD_HOME, which specifies where Guild saves runs and cached files. Setting environment variables in Windows is different from POSIX systems like Linux and macOS.
For detailed help, refer to HowTo: Set an Environment Variable in Windows - Command Line and Registry by Dowd and Associates.