Gradle not installed?

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Hi All,

I like to develop my own plugin, in essence some advanced Marco, I need to rewrite a bunch of python code. So its just a local plugin

Now I understand that the way to do this is with the Gradle plugin. However, its not in the marketplace. Anyway to install this (btw running PyCharm Pro) and also not installed :( .

Can each plugin be written in its own language or does it needs to be Java (would like to use python as-well)?

Some example python plugin would be awesome.

Thanks!

 

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To write plugins for any IntelliJ-based IDE's, including PyCharm you should use IntelliJ IDEA. It has Gradle integration bundled. See Building plugins with Gradle guide to get started.

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Thanks!

So I need to install another IDE to write a plugin, to tie a PyCharm plugin? That's cumbersome (understand if I would write a more generic plugin) :-/ 

 

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>So I need to install another IDE to write a plugin, to tie a PyCharm plugin?

Correct. PyCharm is a Java application. To write the plugin you would use Java/Kotlin languages which are supported by IntelliJ IDEA. Check this Live Development of a PyCharm Plugin video tutorial.

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Aha, je have to write the plugin  in Java. Now I understand why. Thanks!

 

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