As I mentioned on my blog the other day I'm now making RPMs of IDEA EAP's
for my own use and am planning on setting up an internal apt-repository
for the office. It certainly makes installing/upgrading under Red Hat a
nice breeze, also have a set of RPMs for various IDEA plugins I normally
use as well which additionally make things a nice experience ( esp. for
the SQL one, copying various jdbc drivers to the IDEA lib directory all
nice and automated like. All goodness.
Does anyone know what the redist license for IDEA is? The products
unusable without a license key and is freely downloadable from the
intellij website, but I was wondering ( and most likely assuming not ) if
it would be all right to make my RPMs available to people...
"It's all in the heat of the moment, it's all in the pain..." Devy.
Mark Derricutt @ firstname.lastname@example.org @ talios.blog-city.com
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