The shell script sets some environemnt variables, such as HADOOP_HOME,
but you don't need most of that if you are running the local mode. The
pig.jar has hadoop in it.
I haven't tried using pig on windows, but I think at least within
cygwin, running the java command directly should work.
java -cp pig.jar org.apache.pig.Main -x local
A patch for a batch file is certainly welcome !
On 7/5/12 12:17 PM, Subir S wrote:
> I want to add that i installed cygwin. But the moment i clicked on the
> mintty.exe, my Norton Antivirus, just deleted the exe and said it was
> virus!!! :((
> So i thought if it is enough to write a batch file and may be contribute if
> that makes sense to pig project.
> On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 11:39 PM, Subir S <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Is there any restriction in using Pig in Windows?
>> For my development i want to use only local mode in my laptop. I am facing
>> issues in getting Linux installed, so i thought if i could just execute pig
>> in Windows it would be nice. I guess the only part to do would be to write
>> a batch file in Windows similar to the shell script already provided.
>> But like other apache libraries, was there any reason for not providing
>> such a batch file (to be used in Windows) by the Pig project itself.
>> Thanks much,