Description of problem:
With the current Version of RStudio it should be possible to open, create and handle Quarto documents. Actually, it is possible when installing the RPM for Fedora from the Posit download page (https://posit.co/download/rstudio-desktop/) for Version 2022.12.0-353. However, when installing RStudio through Fedora Gnome Software (fedoraproject.org RPM - version number is exactly the same in Gnome Software), RStudio lacks the option to open or create Quarto documents.
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Tried several times with the following steps, results were identical.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RStudio in F37 via Gnome Software and start it
e.g. no entry to create Quarto document in "File > New File"
"File > New File > Quarto Document" should exist and work as it does in the Posit RPM
Installing Quarto manually (https://docs.posit.co/resources/install-quarto/) works (I checked with "/usr/local/bin/quarto check" as recommended) but does not help with RStudio integration.
Problem is mentioned in the RStudio community as well: https://community.rstudio.com/t/quarto-not-installed-in-rstudio-new-project-menu-choices-in-fedora37/153704
Unfortunately, Quarto, in its current state (of dependencies, particularly Deno), cannot be built and distributed in Fedora, and therefore our build disables Quarto. Unless RStudio provides a way to dynamically discover and use a user-installed version of Quarto, there's nothing we can do.
(In reply to Iñaki Ucar from comment #1)
> Unfortunately, Quarto, in its current state (of dependencies, particularly
> Deno), cannot be built and distributed in Fedora, and therefore our build
> disables Quarto. Unless RStudio provides a way to dynamically discover and
> use a user-installed version of Quarto, there's nothing we can do.
Thanks! I filed a bug report on RStudio's Github quoting your response: https://github.com/rstudio/rstudio/issues/12609