Thanks, the ghost-CLI does work quite ok on Windows, and I can use it to autostart, but as I’m new to Ghost and will do some experimenting I thought that having ‘forever’ restart the process if it crashes automatically sounded like a good idea. I guess that I will find a workable solution somehow.
If you’re running Ghost in production on Windows, you might run into really weird issues that are hard to debug. For example, some of the cards don’t work properly because of an issue creating assets on Windows machines. If possible, it’s strongly recommended that you host on the recommended stack. (note, if you’re just developing with Ghost, any platform should work, but you still might have a few issues)