Package Details: pycharm-community-eap 14:232.5150.120-1

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Package Base: pycharm-community-eap
Description: Powerful Python and Django IDE, Early Access Program (EAP) build, Community Edition
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Keywords: development early-access editor ide jetbrains python
Licenses: Apache
Conflicts: pycharm-community-edition
Provides: pycharm-community-edition
Submitter: flying-sheep
Maintainer: Kr1ss (navarroaxel)
Last Packager: navarroaxel
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.000005
First Submitted: 2015-10-03 13:11 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-05-15 20:47 (UTC)

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Kr1ss commented on 2022-07-28 15:29 (UTC)

SORRY for the delay @navarroaxel - I've made you a Co-Maintainer. Will be back next week if everything goes well.

Kr1ss commented on 2021-10-06 17:35 (UTC) (edited on 2021-10-06 17:36 (UTC) by Kr1ss)

As always, thx a lot for setting the flag @navarroaxel.

The EAP download links for both CE and Professional appear to be broken, hence why I don't update yet. Will check again tomorrow.

Cheers !

Kr1ss commented on 2021-02-05 20:58 (UTC) (edited on 2021-02-05 20:59 (UTC) by Kr1ss)

The current build uses the previous version of Jetbrains Runtime as a workaround for - hat tip @navarroaxel for pointing me to that bug, and solution.

RunAndTumble commented on 2020-08-28 13:44 (UTC)



The community version is absolutely terrible, seriously, I have no idea what the maintainers are doing. It depends on some outdated and incorrectly built packages resulting in those odd python2 dependencies (as well as gtk and qt). The whole chain has been marked as out-of-date a month ago but no result so far.

Kr1ss commented on 2020-08-27 14:20 (UTC)

The mandatory make dependency to python2-setuptools has been removed. If you want to have a precompiled Python 2 debugger included with the package, please make sure that python2-setuptools is installed before building pycharm-community-eap.

It won't be auto-installed and/or -removed any more by makepkg -sr.

Kr1ss commented on 2020-08-27 14:07 (UTC)

Sure @RunAndTumble, I hear you.

My intention is not to require python2 but also give users who need it the chance to include the compiled debugger in the package.

So I've implemented a build-time check for python2-setuptools being installed. If so, both Python 2 and 3 debuggers will be compiled and included, otherwise only the Python 3 one.

Not sure though if that's exactly the best way to go, especially regarding that community/pycharm-community still depends on python2-setuptools at build time.

Any thoughts are welcome. Thx.

P.S. Thx again @navarroaxel for pinging me when the new release came out :)

RunAndTumble commented on 2020-08-27 12:31 (UTC)

Don't you think you need to remove this python2 dependency completely? Or make it at least optional.