A new IDE
I found Codiad to be limited in its capability, but I wanted to find another free IDE to use with the project. I came across Netbeans. After a little wrangling, the RV project has a new IDE option!
I removed Codiad from installing and have left it up to the end user whether or not to add an IDE.
In order to get Netbeans installed, the script found at [Projectroot]/bootstrapscripts/CentOS/netbeans81.sh should be called from within the VM. This installs netbeans to the [Projectroot]/apps/netbeans81 folder, as well as pre-configures it with many settings. The script is already suggested in the local.vagrant.yml.example file under the IDE category.
To run netbeans, you have a few options:
Run from the Host Machine
Since the application is installed to the [Projectroot]/apps directory, you can manually run the application by finding the appropriate executable under the [Projectroot]/apps/netbeans81/bin directory. Please note that the host machine requires Java 8 or similar equivalent (e.g. openjdk 1.8) installed. This will not come pre-configured for the vagrant project. If you wish, you can extract and copy the configs from the [Projectroot]/buildFiles/configs folder and move them to your host’s user home directory.
Run from the vagrant box
If you choose to run Netbeans from the vagrant box, you must connect with a remote X session and then run:
A remote X window session can be initiated by either using the ssh flag -X
$ ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org