Vagrant thing that I'm using for software development and testing things. It makes working on windows a breeze, and has also a tiny little tool to simplify your life.
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README.md

dev_machine

My main computer runs on Windows. As a software developer, it is a pain to work on Windows. My solution to this is Vagrant, and some things I wrote by myself to make working on things on windows easier.

By doing vagrant up, you should have a virtual machine running having:

  • Arch Linux
  • nginx (serving port 80)
  • php + php-fpm
  • nodejs
  • ruby
  • go (standard compiler, not gccgo)
  • mariadb
  • python 2
  • python 3
  • hdm, temporarily just a program that allows you to generate nginx configs and php configs.

Of course, you can put whatever you want on top of it. vagrant ssh and then pacman -S package will do it.