Yeah, unfortunately the
anti-up.bat script hasn’t been touched in a very long time, so I’m not surprised it doesn’t work anymore. You’re the first in nearly a year that have expressed interest in Windows support.
I don’t know anything about WSL - is there a reason the primary
selfmedicate.sh script won’t work in WSL?
To answer your last question, we’re currently looking at changing
selfmedicate.sh to work primarily without a VM (though we’ll be providing a vagrantfile for those not running linux) to cut down on nested virtualization penalties. If for some reason this effort doesn’t result in a compatible solution for Windows, the preference would be to use as little virtualization as we can get away with. However, I’d like to see a solution that works for all. I know Vagrant is supported on Windows, so maybe that’s the answer.
@cloudtoad might know more, I know he’s been working on selfmedicate a lot lately.