@cadey I've been playing/fighting with getting a dev environment on my gaming PC as well. I settled on using https://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/ + WSL2 to launch the Linux version of Emacs in GUI mode to be a nice compromise. Most of my config worked in this case. Docker for Windows talks to WSL2 just fine so that solved most of my tooling needs.
Incidentally, I'm curious why #Emacs on Windows didn't work out for you. I've used Emacs on Windows for over a decade now, and share a common config between my Windows and my Linux machines.
#magit will be poor on Windows, but other than that, my experience between the two is identical.
It's been years since I had to deal with dependencies for #Emacs on Windows. These days it's a simple download and install.
If you have no plans to develop Windows things, I can recommend installing something like VcXsrv which will let you get linux desktop apps working (like emacs 😉) pretty well!
Unless you’re like me, and you have keys on a Yubikey… then it’s a tangled mess of named pipes that I gave up on and started using Proton instead. I don’t have a Quest though 😕
@afontaine yeah the stuff to do vr over wifi with the quest has windows-only kernel drivers. It's a shame.
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