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Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
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Robert Crim
@ottbot
Hi! I'm wondering if it's possible to add a key to evaluate the "current scope" (for lack of a better term, but say the function you're inside of, or line you are writing) in the REPL. Like pressing Shift+Enter in Juno, or working in a lisp. I have this set a "Execute Julia Code" set up, but not sure this works if not in the REPL..
Thanks for all the work on this btw!
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
This can be a combination of two keys
Ctrl+W, expansion selection and then your "send code to julia" action
IDK the MacOS shortcut for expansion selection but you can easily find it by Googling the name
Robert Crim
@ottbot
ah cool, that's useful. Thx.
SnowyRabbit
@yukiusa_gitlab
Hi, I want to add julia interpreter in docker container. I installed this plugin in PyCharm but cannot find the place where it is set.
Can I add docker interpreter with this plugin?
and if anyone there tell me how to work with docker
Hong
@zxj5470
emmmmm,we haven't supported the docker, but if you just want to run a julia file, here's an example
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SnowyRabbit
@yukiusa_gitlab
@zxj5470 Thanks :) docker support is planned?
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
We should add some options in the run config
Atsushi Sakai
@AtsushiSakai
Hi. Thank you for great plugin. I have a question. Is it possible to change the template for docstring?
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
It is, but the plugin should be changed
The template was hard coded
Pierre Sendorek
@pierresendorek
Hi. Thanks for this cool plugin. It surely contributes to the widespreading of the Julia language. Hey is it already possible to use Refactor -> Rename for functions that are imported from another file ?
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
I don't think so -- the rename should only work when jump-to-definition work, while I don't think cross-file jumps is working (at least for now)
I have too little time to work on so many projects
Pierre Sendorek
@pierresendorek
Thats really fine. From my perspective the new features are coming very fast ! Congrats for this work !
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
I haven't been updating the plugin for like half a year
Pierre Sendorek
@pierresendorek
Well, that's approximately the time I didn't try it
dustinthomas
@dustinthomas
I installed the Julia plugin using PyCharm Community 2019.2.3. It simply doesn't show up.
Does mean I need to down grade to the 2018 version. I am on arch linux.
Tesla Ice Zhang‮
@ice1000
No, it should work
Maybe #446
dustinthomas
@dustinthomas
Ok I got the patched version from #446. I has to download and install from disk. I assume the this will updates next release. Excited to give this a try.