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  1. Make sure Java is installed on your workstation:

    • Check whether Java is already installed.

      • press Win + R, in the open Run  window  type cmd  and press   Enter
        In the open Command Prompt  type java -version and press Enter:

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        java -version
        C:\Windows\system32>java -version
        java version "1.8.0_144"
        Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
        Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)
      • If the command failed – install Java following the installation procedure.

  2. Install SubGit binaries.

    • Download the latest SubGit version from the website:

      https://subgit.com/download
       
    • Extract files somewhere to your hard drive: right-click on the downloaded file and choose Extract all:



       
    • in the next window choose a directory to store SubGit:



      The new folder named subgit-3.x.x should appear in the chosen directory


       
    • Add SubGit bin folder into system PATH variable:

      • press  Win + R, in the open Run  window  type cmd  and press   Enter.
         
      • In the open Command Prompt run the command below:

        > setx Path "SUBGIT_BIN;%Path%;" /M


        where

              SUBGIT_BIN – a path to the bin directory inside SubGit's directory extracted earlier.\

        setx
        C:\Windows\system32>setx path "c:\subgit-3.2.6\bin;%path%;" /M
        
        SUCCESS: Specified value was saved.
      • To verify SubGit installation open new Command Prompt window and run subgit --version command:

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        subgit --version
        C:\Windows\system32>subgit --version
        SubGit version 3.2.6 ('Bobique') build #3714
          (c) TMate Software 2012-2017 (http://subgit.com/)

        It should show the correct SubGit version.

        If it does not – verify all the steps above are followed precisely. If it doesn't work anyway  – don't hesitate to contact us at support@subgit.com.