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#1 2020-01-28 16:03:00

rollenwiese
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intellij-idea-community-edition (2:2019.3-1 -> 2:2019.3.2-1)

In case this helps anyone, with the most recent intellij-idea-community-edition upgrade, I had to install kotlin in order for intellij to start.

Either installing kotlin, or downgrading, then disabling the kotlin plugin, then upgrading again resolved the issue.

Last edited by rollenwiese (2020-01-28 16:04:17)

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#2 2020-01-28 16:18:58

schard
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Re: intellij-idea-community-edition (2:2019.3-1 -> 2:2019.3.2-1)

This probably does not belong here.
If you are certain that you've found a bug, you should file a bug report on the bug tracker.

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#3 2020-01-30 17:55:55

marksievers
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Re: intellij-idea-community-edition (2:2019.3-1 -> 2:2019.3.2-1)

Thanks rollenwiese, encountered the same issue. Thanks for posting!

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#4 2020-01-30 18:05:39

loqs
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Re: intellij-idea-community-edition (2:2019.3-1 -> 2:2019.3.2-1)

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#5 2020-01-31 00:31:10

marksievers
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Re: intellij-idea-community-edition (2:2019.3-1 -> 2:2019.3.2-1)

@loqs thanks.

For the benefit of others in the same position of "getting the IDE working for the work day ASAP", I just accepted the downgrade path until an upstream fix is available.

As always, ArchWiki has the details on how to do this.

This is what I used to get going using the ArchWiki article:

# Find your previous cached version
ls -lah /var/cache/pacman/pkg/ | grep -i idea

# Run the downgrade
 sudo pacman -U /var/cache/pacman/pkg/intellij-idea-community-edition-2:2019.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz

There were no other complications regarding dependencies as far I've discovered. Read the linked article further for ignoring updates.

Last edited by marksievers (2020-01-31 00:32:21)

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