Finak
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pycharm community edition

Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:24 am

Please, I need install the pycharm community edition in my solus, but in solus software center there is the pycharm professional edition. thank you.

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Re: pycharm community edition

Sat Jun 24, 2017 4:08 am

Finak wrote:
Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:24 am
Please, I need install the pycharm community edition in my solus, but in solus software center there is the pycharm professional edition. thank you.
I believe you can download a precompiled version from their website, extract it and run the binary...It needs to be built from source to make it into the repo (and that hasn't been done yet.

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Re: pycharm community edition

Thu Jul 06, 2017 12:09 pm

Is the community version of Pycharm coming to the Software Center? Tryed looking in the Dev Tracker, but diddent really find anything on the Community edition.

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Re: pycharm community edition

Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:20 am

RunningAroundIC wrote:
Thu Jul 06, 2017 12:09 pm
Is the community version of Pycharm coming to the Software Center? Tryed looking in the Dev Tracker, but diddent really find anything on the Community edition.

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As far as I know, it's kind of part of this (I imagine they'll all be built in a similar manner). https://dev.solus-project.com/T221

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Re: pycharm community edition

Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:54 am

Hey :)

Is a program for it self, its for developing Java, Groovy, Scala and Android. https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/#section=linux

The ting is that if you install PyCharm from the software Center, its not the community edition and you have to login with an JetBrains account if you want it to work. the community edition do not require this.

https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/downl ... tion=linux

As you see the Community editions are scaled down, but still give the core abilities :)

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Re: pycharm community edition

Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:26 am

Hence why they can be included in the main repo.

The thread seemed to suggest they provided a binary package of the install which can be downloaded and run before it gets compiled for the repo

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Re: pycharm community edition

Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:31 am

Hey

I dont quite understand what you mean here?

Id rather install software that are compiled and put in to the repo, instead of going around it :)

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Re: pycharm community edition

Sun Feb 25, 2018 3:24 pm

Linux Installation Instructions
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1. Unpack the PyCharm distribution archive that you downloaded to
where you wish to install the program. We will refer to this destination
location as your {installation home} below.

2. Open a console and cd into "{installation home}/bin" and type:

./pycharm.sh

to start the application. As a side effect, this will initialize various
configuration files in the ~/.PyCharmCE2017.3 directory.

3. [OPTIONAL] Add "{installation home}/bin" to your PATH environment
variable so that you may start PyCharm from any directory.

4. [OPTIONAL] To adjust the value of the JVM heap size, create
~/.PyCharmCE2017.3/pycharm.vmoptions (or pycharm64.vmoptions
if using a 64-bit JDK), and set the -Xms and -Xmx parameters. To see how
to do this, you can reference the vmoptions file under
"{installation home}/bin" as a model.

[OPTIONAL] Changing the location of "config" and "system" directories
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
By default, PyCharm stores all your settings under the ~/.PyCharmCE2017.3/config
directory and uses ~/.PyCharmCE2017.3/system as a data cache.
If you want to change these settings,

1. Open a console and cd into ~/.PyCharmCE2017.3/config

2. Create the file "idea.properties" and open it in an editor. Set the
idea.system.path and/or idea.config.path variables as desired, for
example:

idea.system.path=~/custom/system
idea.config.path=~/custom/config

3. Note that we recommend to store data cache ("system" directory) on a disk
with at least 1GB of free space.




Enjoy!

-PyCharm Development Team

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