Hello everyone, Perhaps this is not here, but so far I have not come up
with another place to write.
There is such a project pycharm-community
It is distributed under the Apache-2.0 license
There is also a list of third party component licenses included in
A little over a week ago, I received a request to remove a package, I
accepted it and removed the package, but questions still remained
The source code is open, the license allows you to build it, the bad
thing is that it cannot be built from the source codes on OBS, there is
no offline assembly in ant, it must have access to the network to
download all the dependencies, so I chose the method of repackaging the
finished tarball from the developer site ...
You can build pycharm-ce locally from the source code, I tried it, upon
completion of the build, the same tarball appears in the out folder as
on the website of the developers.
Is it possible to leave pycharm-ce on OBS after all or not? Who thinks
trying to refresh the server:monitoring repo on TW fails with "file not found"
for the filelist repodata file - trying to manually access the file leads to a
Who can quickly trigger a recreation of the file and a re-publishing of the
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As part of the SLES15 SP4 development, I've been asked to build a new package that doesn't currently exist in either openSUSE or SLES. It consists of a single shared library, and is specific to the s390x architecture. Following the "Factory first" principle, I need to get this submitted to openSUSE:Factory, but to do that, I first need to have the package added to a development project. The library is intended to support "deep neural network" development on IBM Z.
My question is, what would be the most appropriate place to request that package be created? If anyone is super curious, the upstream is located at https://github.com/IBM/zDNN/
Thanks in advance,