iamchriswick at November 27th, 2014 11:21 — #1
I have set up my latest Webhook project in a Vagrant environment using port-forwarding, and I can edit my files locally via Synced Folders.
Everything works like a charm, expect the grunt-open module, as it can't find a browser in the headless Vagrant environment, as there isn't one, so I would like it to open my default browser locally.
Anyone have an idea on how I could solve this problem?
marpo at August 5th, 2016 03:36 — #2
I know this is a topic from 2014.
But just wondering, did you fix the problem?
dkenzik at August 22nd, 2016 17:36 — #3
This behavior is likely still the same. Grunt is just trying to make it easier for new users to get started by opening a browser.
grunt-open's failure to find a browser doesn't kill the runserver, then just deal with it, and open your own browser.
If it does kill the runserver, then you may want to look into submitting a PR that satisfies your use case.