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How to test if an executable exists in the %PATH% from a windows batch file? – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/06/20

I needed a solution inside a batch file for git similar to [WayBack] How to test if an executable exists in the %PATH% from a windows batch file? – Stack Overflow which became this:

where /q git || echo Cound not find git on the PATH %PATH%. && goto :eof

I could have expanded this to find the install location, but for now this is sufficient.

When it is needed, I should read [WayBack] Programmatically (not manually) finding the path where Git is installed on a Windows system – Stack Overflow

–jeroen

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