Using IntelliJ Idea Community Edition
Clone the che-editor-intellij-community repository, which is needed to build IntelliJ Idea Community Edition located under the che-incubator organization.
Build IntelliJ Idea Community Edition by calling the following command inside the repository folder:
$ podman build -t idea-ic --build-arg PRODUCT_NAME=ideaIC .
This command builds an image with a
2020.2.3version by default.
Tag and push the built image to a user repository:
$ podman tag idea-ic:latest <username>/idea-ic:latest $ podman push <username>/idea-ic:latest
Use this image as the Che editor. To achieve this, create two YAML configuration files:
workspace.yaml– workspace configuration. Do not forget to provide a correct URL to the
metadata: name: che-ideaic components: - type: cheEditor reference: '<URL to the meta.yaml>' alias: ideaic-editor apiVersion: 1.0.0
meta.yaml– Che editor configuration. Do not forget to replace
<username>with the user name of the repository to which the image is pushed:
apiVersion: v2 publisher: <username> name: ideaic-NOVNC version: 2020.2.3 type: Che Editor displayName: IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition title: IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition (in browser using noVNC) as editor for Eclipse Che description: IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition running on the Web with noVNC icon: https://resources.jetbrains.com/storage/products/intellij-idea/img/meta/intellij-idea_logo_300x300.png category: Editor repository: https://github.com/che-incubator/che-editor-intellij-community firstPublicationDate: "2020-10-27" spec: endpoints: - name: "intellij" public: true targetPort: 8080 attributes: protocol: http type: ide path: /vnc.html?resize=remote&autoconnect=true&reconnect=true containers: - name: ideaic-novnc image: "<username>/idea-ic:latest" mountSources: true volumes: - mountPath: "/JetBrains/ideaIC" name: ideaic-configuration ports: - exposedPort: 8080 memoryLimit: "2048M"