When using the gow tool to develop in a Unix-like environment, nodejs is often used. Therefore, here is how to install nodejs in gow.
Download nodejs installation package
First we need to download the nodejs installation package. It is recommended to download the latest version of the installation package from the official website:
Select the version corresponding to the operating system to download. For Windows platforms, we can choose the version of Windows Installer (.msi).
Double-click the downloaded nodejs installation package and install it according to the default options.
Note: During the installation process, we need to install nodejs into the directory corresponding to gow, so when choosing the installation path, you need to pay attention to whether the path is correct.
Configure environment variables
After the installation is complete, we need to manually configure the environment variables and add nodejs to PATH. In Windows systems, we can press Win+Pause/Break to open the system information interface, then select "Advanced System Settings" -> "Environment Variables", find PATH in the system variables, and then add the nodejs installation directory to the list .
Note: When configuring environment variables, you need to add the nodejs installation directory to the corresponding directory of gow.
Verify installation results
Open a terminal and enter the following command:
$ node -v
If the version number of nodejs can be output normally, it means that nodejs has been successfully installed in gow.
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