Package Base Details: phpstorm-eap

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/phpstorm-eap.git (read-only)
Keywords: devel ide php
Submitter: mortan
Maintainer: fikrimi
Last Packager: fikrimi
Votes: 39
Popularity: 0.273029
First Submitted: 2011-06-03 16:07
Last Updated: 2019-05-23 03:41

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fikrimi commented on 2019-05-23 03:43

This version (new EAP, 192.4205.18, 22 May 2019) breaks some plugin, from my side, the one heavily affected is Theme, especially Material Theme, it would be wise to uninstall it/disable it for now and wait, although maybe a little bit tricky as the UI seems really broken.

mitchhentges commented on 2019-02-04 06:32

I'm having graphics driver issues with Arch, so I'm using Ubuntu. Disowning this package because I no longer have the means to test changes

mitchhentges commented on 2018-10-25 21:26

Thanks fwolfsjaeger, I've added libdbusmenu-glib as a dependency. I ran into an issue where, after updating PhpStorm, opening projects would cause it to freeze - hopefully this was just a local issue affecting only my installation. However, if it does affect anyone else, I cleared my ~/.PhpStorm2018.3 to resolve the problem

fwolfsjaeger commented on 2018-10-23 08:01

PhpStorm seems to require libdbm64.so now, could you please add the dependency to libdbusmenu-glib to PKGBUILD?

mitchhentges commented on 2018-08-02 22:02

I made a mistake when versioning this, and I set the package version as "2018.2" for the official release. Once the EAP was started again, and the next version was "182.3911.19", pacman/AUR helpers consider that a version downgrade (which makes sense, 182 < 2018).

The only people affected should be users who installed/upgraded phpstorm-eap when its version was "2018.2" or an RC ("2018.2-*). You can check with the command: "sudo pacman -Q phpstorm-eap".

If you have an affected version, you'll need to reinstall "phpstorm-eap":

$ sudo pacman -R phpstorm-eap phpstorm-eap-jre

$ $aurHelper -S phpstorm-eap


From this point forward, I will maintain the version number as the build number (182.x.x) to avoid future issues with "downgrades".

mitchhentges commented on 2018-05-13 06:15

I'm stepping in as maintainer of this package (unless someone else would prefer to handle it, but I'll handle it for now).

I've updated this package to build "181.4892.97", which is currently the "stable" version of PHPStorm. I'm following @fightcookie's logic and also believe that "phpstorm-eap" should always be the most-up-to-date version fo PHPStorm.

However, @glagola notes that if the EAP is ever installed after a stable release, the expiration date stops updating (unfortunately, I read this after updating the package, of course). If that is still the case, I'll be sure not to update this package with a "stable" release in the future.

KingCrunch commented on 2018-05-09 22:42

I don't use the EAP for a long time now, because I think it is worth the money for a software I use on a daily base. For a while maintaining the package was pretty straight forward. Things changed and I neither has the time, nor the patience to maintain this package anymore. Someone else may take it over. It was a nice trip.

Nikus commented on 2018-03-23 10:29

When I launch it, I get the following error message: « This build of PhpStorm has expired. Please download a new build ... »

marmotz commented on 2017-12-22 13:24

Last version: 173.4127.13

sha256sum: 736e95d87398a5c0e285c064201567edb672085d8a1b5fe64ee4461c19e3a2a3

glagola commented on 2017-09-09 10:06

@KingCrunch please update package, the license of current package (172.3757.60-1) will expire at September 10.