Web2py framework support in future

Hi,

I work with Web2Py for internal applications use such as sys admin and support. Is there are future support for it? Thanks.

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Hello Brian,

I work with Web2Py for internal applications use such as sys admin and

support. Is there are future support for it? Thanks.

PyCharm versions after 1.0 will likely support other Web frameworks beyond

Django, but the specific set of frameworks that we will support depends on

the feedback and user requests that we get. You can file a YouTrack issue

and ask people to vote for it.

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> depends on the feedback and user requests that we get

Web2py +1

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You can vote for the issue http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-1648 to get notifications about a progress.

Voting in forum makes no sense.

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How feasible/documented is it to write my own plugin for web2py support?

(It's not as pythonic as other frameworks, does a lot of "magic" importing, has a lot to like and dislike, but I have to work in it. I don't see it getting a lot of votes, but would entertain making a plugin for it.)
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It's a fair amount of work and it's not particularly well-documented. You can look at the Flask plugin, which we have recently open-sourced, to have an idea of what this involves: https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-plugins/tree/master/pycharm-flask
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