As most here know, Microsoft and Canonical worked together to develop a Windows-included Linux-based, Ubuntu-oriented compatibility layer (WSL) and already gives the option to install it for all Windows users. One can now use BASH on his Win10 machine, via CMD or Powershell.
My question is, can it be used to run drush 8 (drush master) smoothly ? I ask since as most of you know, drush 8 / master doesn't run smooth on a Win-only environment.
Till now I ran drush 8 / master on an Ubuntu virtual machine but I wonder if it's possible to run it on Win10 using the new WSL release.
With my very basic OS knowledge, I can't strictly determine if having Bash and Ubuntu binaries in Windows is actually enough to run drush 8 / master smoothly on Win10, or, if something extra is needed and has not yet been released.
I don't know how to integrate the WSL with WAMP/Xampp as well as with the
c:/drushfolder (or even is these things are even possible), or maybe making some environment variable to anywhere would be enough.
By the way, there is now a new Facebook group for supporting new WSL users in general: