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Phonegap: There is no script engine for file extension ".js"

To fix the above problem: a) The cause is because you are probably a developer (gasp), and you have a text editor that is currently owning the js extension. b) You CAN fix this by one or both of the following:

  • 1. right click a js file in windows, and associate the file, by default, to c:\windows\system32\wscript.exe (windows script host)
  • 2. didn't work? --open an elevated command prompt (right click the cmd.exe icon and run as admin), and type "assoc .js=JSFILE"
  • 3. keep that window open, and rerun the "create appone one" or whatever you were trying to do before you landed here.