[haiku-depot-web] Re: Managing Localizations in an IDE
- From: "Humdinger" <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> (Redacted sender "humdingerb" for DMARC)
- To: haiku-depot-web@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2019 07:12:45 +0200
On Sat, 21 Sep 2019 18:39:28 +1200 Andrew Lindesay wrote:
When synchronizing the localization, it may be a nice option to view
the project in the
JetBrain Intelli-J  tool.
I suppose, if you're already an Intelli-J user. I'm not, but gave it a
half-hearted try after downloading the ~650mb Linux tar.gz. :)
Not using Java in any way, I installed openjdk11 from HaikuDepot.
There's a "java" command hidden in /system/lib/x86/openjdk11/bin/java.
Now, which of the hundred .jar files in the Intelli-J archive is the
right one. Anything seems to result in, e.g.:
/system/lib/x86/openjdk11/bin/java -jar /HiQ-Data/apps/idea-IC-192.
no main manifest attribute, in /HiQ-Data/apps/idea-IC-192.6603.
The bin/idea.sh doesn't work under Haiku:
ERROR: Cannot start IntelliJ IDEA
No JDK found. Please validate either IDEA_JDK, JDK_HOME or JAVA_HOME
environment variable points to valid JDK installation.
I'm very OK having the english and german text files tiled side-by-side
and compare manually, as long as the the line numbers are kept in sync.
So, if Intelli-J isn't easily made to work under Haiku, please nobody
waste any time trying to talk me through it. :)
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