korli 2019-01-06 20:05:46 UTC #1
For people who don’t follow haikuports closely, here are two new packages: NetBeans IDE 8.2 and Intellij IDEA Community Edition 2018.3.
And good news: they both also run with the OpenJDK8 x86_64 port (still not in the depot, only haikuports recipe).
Thanks to@return_0e, a package for PyCharm Community 2018.3 is also available:
BlueSky 2019-01-07 08:17:15 UTC #2
I tried to build openjdk8 with haikuporter and got a checksum error on one of the downloaded packages:
Validating checksum of jtreg-4.2-b13.tar.gz
Error: Expected SHA-256: 441a6ef616aa372047aea2d155b46d187c447fe21afd7be0334d5a944948ed00
Error: Found SHA-256: af3b991845de306ffd271dede75294eb45164c8a6a86730142d53179bbf6d3c7
I deleted the download directory and tried again but got the same error.
brunobastardi 2019-01-07 10:22:08 UTC #3
wow nice to have I hope (I am not a developer) does it work without problems right now? Or is it still too early to use for production?
What about the quality?
Very nice to have some promotion in this field (software) since it is sometimes not obvious
what great software is available in HaikuDepot!
korli 2019-01-07 17:55:29 UTC #4
@BlueSky the package should be in HaikuDepot now.
BlueSky 2019-01-07 19:27:36 UTC #5
Ahh great. Thanks a lot.
Pahefu 2019-01-08 07:59:55 UTC #6
Here, enjoying the screenshots a lot. Loving using pycharm where available, seems like a great addition.
victordomingos 2019-01-08 22:23:36 UTC #7
Such good news! Will Pycharm be made available also on 64bit?
korli 2019-01-09 07:35:36 UTC #8
I forgot it, should be now available on x86_64 as well. As a side note, the hpkg doesn’t have a dependency on python or python3, do you think it should? Could you check what can be improved and report at HaikuPorts?
Pahefu 2019-01-09 07:54:12 UTC #9
Even if it is “mandatory” to have one python interpreter on the system to code with PyCharm, you can manage your custom interpreter configuration application wide and/or per project within the IDE itself.
I mean you could add python2/3 as a dependency (i think every nightly / beta iso has python preinstalled, hasn’t it?) but “wont” be mandatory.
victordomingos 2019-01-09 19:37:20 UTC #10
I have just installed the 64 bit and I got this window:
Anything I should do before opening an issue on GitHub?
korli 2019-01-09 20:11:54 UTC #11
You might need to install the DejaVu font package.
apl 2019-01-09 20:29:12 UTC #12
Wow; that’s really great!
victordomingos 2019-01-09 23:14:41 UTC #13
Yeah, it solved the issue. Maybe that font should be made a required package, then.
I will certainly use it, if it’s stable enough. It’s a great addition to the Haiku world. Thanks!
bullfrog 2019-01-09 23:30:50 UTC #14
I would second that on making Deja font a depend. Or making so it defaults to noto instead of deja might be preferable and native.
extrowerk 2019-01-10 07:43:38 UTC #15
And even the good old Imperium Galactica works!
You can grab the installer from Github . The Installer will download the gamedata, it is free.
brunobastardi 2019-01-10 20:17:31 UTC #16
could not get pycharm to work on Haiku Beta1 64Bit on my Laptop core2 maybe to slow? did I miss something?
It is working on my PC though… why?
Very good to have…
michael.k 2019-01-10 20:34:30 UTC #17
I’m not an active Haiku user at the time of writing, but it’s lovely to see some of the most powerful IDEs on Haiku Hope I can test them in an upcoming vacation.
korli 2019-01-11 06:23:53 UTC #18
JDK8 and upper needs to reserve some memory, even if it’s not used in the end. Please check that the swap is big enough.
brunobastardi 2019-01-11 20:08:07 UTC #19
/ beta iso has python preinstalled, hasn’t it?) but “wont” be mandatory.text/plain
where and how is the Python interpreter choosen in pycharm?
Pahefu 2019-01-11 23:37:01 UTC #20
Only have done it in my windows 10 version, to select a custom python 2.7.
Just looking for ‘interpreter’ in preferences of the
App or the project should give you the option to select your python path.
The ide looks afterwards for the packages to provide the ‘intellisense’ options.