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  • Netbeans doesn't start, Java fatal error, unless sudo

    - by elect
    Fresh 13.10 64b Openjdk 6 is there, I just installed Netbeans 7.01 from the repo, but it doesn't work, I open then a console [email protected]:~$ netbeans # # A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: # # SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007faebdf79325, pid=5251, tid=140388628424448 # # JRE version: 6.0_27-b27 # Java VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (20.0-b12 mixed mode linux-amd64 compressed oops) # Derivative: IcedTea6 1.12.6 # Distribution: Ubuntu Saucy Salamander (development branch), package 6b27-1.12.6-1ubuntu2 # Problematic frame: # C [libgobject-2.0.so.0+0x14325] g_cclosure_marshal_BOOLEAN__BOXED_BOXEDv+0x985 # # An error report file with more information is saved as: # /home/elect/hs_err_pid5251.log [thread 140386948781824 also had an error] # # If you would like to submit a bug report, please include # instructions how to reproduce the bug and visit: # https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openjdk-6/ # /usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../platform/lib/nbexec: line 548: 5251 Aborted (core dumped) "/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/bin/java" -Djdk.home="/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64" -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni -classpath "/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/platform/lib/boot.jar:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/platform/lib/org-openide-modules.jar:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/platform/lib/org-openide-util.jar:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/platform/lib/org-openide-util-lookup.jar:/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/lib/dt.jar:/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/lib/tools.jar" -Dnetbeans.system_http_proxy="DIRECT" -Dnetbeans.system_http_non_proxy_hosts="" -Dnetbeans.dirs="/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/nb:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../ergonomics:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/ide:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/java:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../xml:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/apisupport:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../webcommon:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../websvccommon:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../enterprise:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../mobility:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../profiler:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../ruby:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../python:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../php:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../visualweb:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../soa:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../identity:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../uml:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/harness:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../cnd:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../dlight:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../groovy:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../extra:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../javafx:/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/bin/../javacard:" -Dnetbeans.home="/usr/share/netbeans/7.0.1/platform" '-Dnetbeans.importclass=org.netbeans.upgrade.AutoUpgrade' '-Dnetbeans.accept_license_class=org.netbeans.license.AcceptLicense' '-XX:MaxPermSize=384m' '-Xmx768m' '-client' '-Xss2m' '-Xms32m' '-XX:PermSize=32m' '-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true' '-Dapple.awt.graphics.UseQuartz=true' '-Dsun.java2d.noddraw=true' '-Dsun.java2d.pmoffscreen=false' -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError -XX:HeapDumpPath="/home/elect/.netbeans/7.0/var/log/heapdump.hprof" org.netbeans.Main --userdir "/home/elect/.netbeans/7.0" "--branding" "nb" 0<&0 Looking around, the second answer, here Vigintas Labakojis, points out something regarding permission, I just try sudo netbeans, it works.. Then I look for the ~/.cache/netbeans/ I dont have, I have instead ~/.netbeans/ Then I run his commands on those folder, it doesn't work.. It must be something else, do you have any idea? In any case, my log /home/elect/hs_err_pid5251.log is here

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  • Netbeans 7.2 Missing Modules Warning

    - by el10780
    Everytime I start Netbeans and the splash screen shows up when it gets to the part to load the modules I receive the following error message : Warning - could not install some modules: Editor Library 2 - None of the modules providing the capability org.netbeans.modules.editor.actions could be installed. Tags Based Editors Library - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.deprecated.pre65formatting/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Editor Library - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.deprecated.pre65formatting/0-1 was needed and not found. Preprocessor Bridge - None of the modules providing the capability org.netbeans.modules.java.preprocessorbridge.spi.JavaSourceUtilImpl could be installed. Freeform Ant Projects - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.indent.project/0-1 was needed and not found. Editor Code Templates - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Static Analysis Core - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Source - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.indent.project/0-1 was needed and not found. Eclipse Project Importer - The module named org.netbeans.modules.java.api.common/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Hints SPI - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Refactoring - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Editor - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.deprecated.pre65formatting/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Hints UI - The module named org.netbeans.modules.code.analysis/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Hints UI - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Legacy Java Hints SPI - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Hints - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Java Declarative Hints - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Javadoc - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. Javadoc - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Common Scripting Language API (new) - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. XML Text Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. XML Text Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.deprecated.pre65formatting/0-1 was needed and not found. CSS Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. HTML Editor - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. JavaScript Editing - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. JavaScript Hints - The module named org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints/0-1 was needed and not found. Editing Files - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.bracesmatching/0-1 was needed and not found. IDE Platform - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.macros/0-1 was needed and not found. Java SE Projects - The module named org.netbeans.modules.java.api.common/0-1 was needed and not found. 86 further modules could not be installed due to the above problems. Whatever I press either Exit or Disable Modules and Continue or even I close from the "X" Button the Warning window closes and then Netbeans never starts. I have looked it up on the Internet,but I couldn't find a solution.

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  • NetBeans Podcast #61

    - by TinuA
    Download mp3: 39 minutes – 31.6 MB Subscribe to the NetBeans Podcast on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu What's NEW? The Smarter and NOW FASTER NetBeans IDE 7.2 available since July. Is it faster for you too? Tell us about it on Twitter! (#netbeans) NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne is BACK!!! Join the NetBeans team in San Francisco on Sunday, September 30th for a full day of sessions about how various Java EE, JavaFX, and NetBeans Platform experts are using NetBeans in the real-world. NetBeans Community Day is just the start of the fun at JavaOne 2012, check out the full listing of ALL NetBeans-related sessions at the conference. NetBeans Governance Board elections are around the corner. Nominate yourself or someone who you think can represent the interest of the NetBeans Community. Email us at nbpodcast at netbeans dot org to get on the ballot in September. Community Interview: Çagatay Çivici, PrimeFaces Çagatay Çivici is the lead architect and founder of PrimeFaces , the popular JSF component library. Find out what the project is about, its inception, how to create PrimeFaces-based application inside NetBeans IDE, and more. Learn more about PrimeFaces at NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2012. Dig deeper into PrimeFaces at JavaOne 2012: CON6139 - Lessons Learned in Building Enterprise and Desktop Applications with the NetBeans IDE Community Interview: Timon Veenstra, Agrosense Timon Veenstra is the architect behind Agrosense , an open-source farm management system built on the NetBeans Platform. Find out how Agrosense helps farms run more efficiently and productively, and why NetBeans is the platform of choice for Timon and the Agrosense team. Catch a demo of Agrosense at NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2012. API Design with Jarda Tulach Geertjan has been using the Lookup API incorrectly; Jarda sets him on the right path. *Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to nbpodcast at netbeans dot org. *Subscribe to the official NetBeans page on Facebook! Check us out as well on Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

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  • NetBeans Podcast 62

    - by TinuA
    Download mp3: 49 minutes – 39.5 MB Subscribe to the NetBeans Podcast on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu What's NEW? Recap of a SUCCESSFUL NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne2012! Want to know what you missed? Download slides for: NetBeans Community Keynote NetBeans and JavaFX panel NetBeans and Java EE panel NetBeans Platform panel Visit the JavaOne Content Catalog for slides, and audio and video recordings of all NetBeans sessions at JavaOne 2012. (Type in keyword "NetBeans".) NetBeans Governance Board elections are done. Congratulations to Anton Epple and Hermien Pellissier, the new members of the 20th Board! How would you grade the NetBeans team on NetBeans IDE 7.2? Take the NetBeans 7.2 Satisfaction Survey. NetBeans IDE 7.3 Beta 2 is available for download. The first beta debuted at JavaOne with support for HTML5. Watch videos of HTML5 support in NetBeans and visit Geertjan's blog for a beginner's guide to HTML5 development. It's a busy Fall on the NetBeans Calendar with stops at Devoxx 2012, JavaOne Latin America, Jay Day Munich, Jay Days Sweden  JavaOne 2012 Reflections NetBeans had a fantastic showing at JavaOne 2012--from the full-day lineup of NetBeans Community Day to the numerous BOFs, Labs, and sessions at the main conference. But better to hear it in these short interviews with members of the community who attended JavaOne 2012. Veteran attendees and first-timers, panel participants and award winners, the interviewees share their experience of the conference, from highlights and insights, to new discoveries and inspiration. Listen in to why attending JavaOne is a tech pilgrimage every Java developer ought to make.   07:50   Anton Epple - Eppleton Consulting (Germany); Recipient of 2012 NetBeans Community Recognition Award 17:10   Henry Arousell and Thomas Boqvist - Bjorn Lunden Information (Sweden) 24:45   Glenn Holmer - Weyco Group, Inc. (USA); Recipient of 2012 NetBeans Community Recognition Award 33:09   Timon Veenstra - Agrosense (The Netherlands); 2012 Duke's Choice Award winner (Agrosense in the Nov/Dec '12 issue of Java Magazine.) 40:19   Rob Terplowski, - Linden, Inc. (USA) More thoughts about NetBeans Day and JavaOne can also be found in two recent NetBeans Zone articles: "Reflections on JavaOne 2012 by the NetBeans Community: Part 1 and Part 2". *Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to nbpodcast at netbeans dot org. *Subscribe to the official NetBeans page on Facebook! Check us out as well on Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

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  • NetBeans Sources as a Platform

    - by Geertjan
    By default, when you create a new NetBeans module, the 'development IDE' is the platform to which you'll be deploying your module. It's a good idea to create your own platform and check that into your own repo, so that everyone working on your project will be able to work with a standardized platform, rather than whatever happens to be beneath the development IDE your using. Something else you can do is use the NetBeans sources as your platform, once you've checked them out. That's something I did the other day when trying to see whether adding 'setActivatedNodes' to NbSheet was sufficient for getting UndoRedo enabled in the Properties Window. So that's a good use case, i.e., you'd like to change the NetBeans Platform somehow, or you're fixing a bug, in other words, in some way you need to change the NetBeans Platform sources and then would like to try out the result of your changes as a client of your changes. In that scenario, here's how to set up and use a NetBeans Platform from the NetBeans sources. Run 'ant build platform' on the root of the NetBeans sources. You'll end up with nbbuild/netbeans containing a subfolder 'platform' and a subfolder 'harness'. There's your NetBeans Platform. Go to Tools | NetBeans Platform and browse to nbbuild/netbeans', registering it as your NetBeans Platform. Create a new NetBeans module, using the new NetBeans Platform as the platform. Now the cool thing is you can open any of the NetBeans modules from the NetBeans Platform modules in the NetBeans sources. When you change the source code of one of these modules and then build that module, the changed JAR will automatically be added to the right place in the nbbuild/netbeans folder. And when you do a 'clean' on a NetBeans Platform module, the related JAR will be removed from nbbuild/netbeans. In other words, in this way, by changing the NetBeans sources, you're directly changing the platform that your custom module will be running on when you deploy it. That's pretty cool and gives you a more connected relationship to your platform, since you're able to change it in the same way as the custom modules you create.

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  • NetBeans Podcast #58

    - by TinuA
    Download mp3: 52 minutes – 44.1 MB Subscribe to the NetBeans Podcast on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu NetBeans IDE 7.1 Release Candidate 1 Download the release candidate build Is NetBeans IDE 7.1 release ready? Give your feedback in the NetBeans Community Acceptance Survey. (Survey deadline is Wednesday, December 7th.) NetBeans Governance Board: Term 19 Sven Reimers is voted in for a second term; Zoran Sevarac is the newbie on the board; and John Jullion Ceccarelli continues as the Oracle representative.  NetBeans Calendar Community Interview: Sven Reimers Software architect and NetBeans Dream Team member Sven Reimers joins Geertjan for a recap of highlights and hot topics from Devoxx 2011. Also covered: His re-election to the NetBeans Governance Board. NetCAT 7.1 Report with Jirka Kovalsky The NetCAT program (NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing) is a customary part of the NetBeans release cycle, giving users the opportunity to help test and get the NetBeans IDE release ready. Program manager Jirka Kovalsky reports back on how the team for 7.1 fared. API Design with Jarda Tulach Jarda has a new API Design book coming out! Visit his API Design site for details. Community Interview: Zoran SevaracZoran Sevarac has an impressive profile: Founder of the open-source project Neuroph, a Java frameworks for neural network development; software engineering teaching assistant; founder of the first NetBeans User Group in Serbia; artificial intelligence researcher; NetBeans Platform Certified trainer; new member of the NetBeans Governance Board. Zoran takes a break from his busy(!) schedule to chat about his experience using NetBeans technology, his efforts to educate the local developer community about Java and NetBeans, as well as his newest role in the NetBeans Community. Neuroph: Smart Java Apps with Neural Networks (Dzone article) More DZone articles about Neuroph and NUG Serbia Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to nbpodcast at netbeans dot org.

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  • Debugging the NetBeans Platform

    - by Geertjan
    Once you've set up the NetBeans Platform sources as your NetBeans Platform, you're able to debug the NetBeans Platform itself. That's an occasional question (certainly not a frequent question) on the mailing list and in NetBeans Platform courses: "Is it possible to debug the NetBeans Platform?" Well, here's how: Firstly, set up the NetBeans Platform sources as your NetBeans Platform. Now, open into NetBeans IDE the NetBeans module where you'd like to place a breakpoint. That in itself is the hardest part of this task. I.e., you know you want to debug the NetBeans Platform, but have no idea where to place your breakpoint. One way to figure that out, from 7.1 onwards, is to take a visual snapshot of the NetBeans Platform and then analyze that snapshot in NetBeans IDE. To do this, right-click a module that you've set as using the NetBeans Platform sources as your NetBeans Platform and then choose Debug. The application, i.e., the NetBeans Platform, including your custom module, starts up and you'll see this, i.e., NetBeans IDE in debug mode together with your NetBeans Platform application:Notice there's a new toolbar button (new in NetBeans IDE 7.1) that resembles an orange camera. Click that button and the IDE creates a visual snapshot of the running application, which in this case is the NetBeans Platform. When you click components in the visual snapshot, the Navigator and Properties window display information about the related GUI component: By clicking the above components, you can end up identifying the component you'd like to debug and even the module where it is found. Open that module. Set a breakpoint on the line of interest. Right-click the module again and choose Debug. A debug session starts and when the breakpoint is hit, the Debugger in the IDE will open and there you can step through the NetBeans Platform sources.

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  • NetBeans ??????????????????

    - by user13137856
    NetBeans IDE ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????NetBeans ??????????????????????????????????????? % netbeans --locale en ??????????????????????????????????????????????????? $HOME/.netbeans $HOME/.cache/netbeans ?????? --userdir ????????????????????? % netbeans --locale en --userdir /tmp/my_newuserdir NetBeans ???????????????????????????????????????NetBeans ???????????????? jar ????????????????????????????????? git ??????????????????????2?????????? NetBeans ????????????(??????????????????????????) ide/modules/locale/org-netbeans-libs-git_ja.jar ide/modules/locale/org-netbeans-modules-git_ja.jar ??? FAQ????????: NetBeans ? UI ???????????????????????? ????????????????????????????? NetBeans ??????????????????

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  • NetBeans Podcast #60

    - by TinuA
    Download mp3: 43 minutes – 36.8 MBSubscribe to the NetBeans Podcast on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu What's new? •    Take the NetBeans 7.1 Satisfaction Survey. Are there features and improvements you want to see in NetBeans IDE? Submit your request(s). •    Register for JavaOne 2012 in San Francisco. •    Read Geertjan's trip reports from Oracle Developer Day in Romania and Poland. •    Meet up with Geertjan and other Oracle Java evangelists at JavaOne Russia from April 17 - 18. Community Interview: Joel Murach Joel Murach is the author of Murach's Java Programming, a comprehensive training guide to Java that features the NetBeans IDE exclusively. Find out why NetBeans IDE is Murach's choice for teaching developers how to create programs in Java.    •    Other Murach Books with NetBeans IDE: Murach's PHP and MySQL; Murach's Java Servlets and JSP •    NetBeans Zone Interview: Joel Murach, Author of Murach's Java Programming Groovy Support in NetBeans IDE: Martin JanicekDevelopment for Groovy support in NetBeans IDE is back, and NetBeans engineer Martin Janicek gives an update on what features and improvements to expect going forward. •    New NetBeans for Groovy Blog: Get weekly updates about the team's progress; provide feedback. •    To try Groovy support in NetBeans IDE download the daily builds. API Design with Jarda Tulach Jarda Tulach returns from OSGiCon with tales of his experience presenting Netbinox at the conference.*Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to nbpodcast at netbeans dot org. *Subscribe to the official NetBeans page on Facebook! Check us out as well on Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

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  • Java Hint in NetBeans for Identifying JOptionPanes

    - by Geertjan
    I tend to have "JOptionPane.showMessageDialogs" scattered through my code, for debugging purposes. Now I have a way to identify all of them and remove them one by one, since some of them are there for users of the application so shouldn't be removed, via the Refactoring window: Identifying instances of code that I'm interested in is really trivial: import org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints.ErrorDescription; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ConstraintVariableType; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ErrorDescriptionFactory; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.Hint; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.HintContext; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.TriggerPattern; import org.openide.util.NbBundle.Messages; @Hint( displayName = "#DN_ShowMessageDialogChecker", description = "#DESC_ShowMessageDialogChecker", category = "general") @Messages({ "DN_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Found \"ShowMessageDialog\"", "DESC_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Checks for JOptionPane.showMes" }) public class ShowMessageDialogChecker { @TriggerPattern(value = "$1.showMessageDialog", constraints = @ConstraintVariableType(variable = "$1", type = "javax.swing.JOptionPane")) @Messages("ERR_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Are you sure you need this statement?") public static ErrorDescription computeWarning(HintContext ctx) { return ErrorDescriptionFactory.forName( ctx, ctx.getPath(), Bundle.ERR_ShowMessageDialogChecker()); } } Stick the above class, which seriously isn't much code at all, in a module and run it, with this result: Bit trickier to do the fix, i.e., add a bit of code to let the user remove the statement, but I looked in the NetBeans sources and used the System.out fix, which does the same thing:  import com.sun.source.tree.BlockTree; import com.sun.source.tree.StatementTree; import com.sun.source.util.TreePath; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.Iterator; import java.util.List; import org.netbeans.api.java.source.CompilationInfo; import org.netbeans.api.java.source.WorkingCopy; import org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints.ErrorDescription; import org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints.Fix; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ConstraintVariableType; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ErrorDescriptionFactory; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.Hint; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.HintContext; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.JavaFix; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.TriggerPattern; import org.openide.util.NbBundle.Messages; @Hint( displayName = "#DN_ShowMessageDialogChecker", description = "#DESC_ShowMessageDialogChecker", category = "general") @Messages({ "DN_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Found \"ShowMessageDialog\"", "DESC_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Checks for JOptionPane.showMes" }) public class ShowMessageDialogChecker { @TriggerPattern(value = "$1.showMessageDialog", constraints = @ConstraintVariableType(variable = "$1", type = "javax.swing.JOptionPane")) @Messages("ERR_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Are you sure you need this statement?") public static ErrorDescription computeWarning(HintContext ctx) { Fix fix = new FixImpl(ctx.getInfo(), ctx.getPath()).toEditorFix(); return ErrorDescriptionFactory.forName( ctx, ctx.getPath(), Bundle.ERR_ShowMessageDialogChecker(), fix); } private static final class FixImpl extends JavaFix { public FixImpl(CompilationInfo info, TreePath tp) { super(info, tp); } @Override @Messages("FIX_ShowMessageDialogChecker=Remove the statement") protected String getText() { return Bundle.FIX_ShowMessageDialogChecker(); } @Override protected void performRewrite(TransformationContext tc) throws Exception { WorkingCopy wc = tc.getWorkingCopy(); TreePath statementPath = tc.getPath(); TreePath blockPath = tc.getPath().getParentPath(); while (!(blockPath.getLeaf() instanceof BlockTree)) { statementPath = blockPath; blockPath = blockPath.getParentPath(); if (blockPath == null) { return; } } BlockTree blockTree = (BlockTree) blockPath.getLeaf(); List<? extends StatementTree> statements = blockTree.getStatements(); List<StatementTree> newStatements = new ArrayList<StatementTree>(); for (Iterator<? extends StatementTree> it = statements.iterator(); it.hasNext();) { StatementTree statement = it.next(); if (statement != statementPath.getLeaf()) { newStatements.add(statement); } } BlockTree newBlockTree = wc.getTreeMaker().Block(newStatements, blockTree.isStatic()); wc.rewrite(blockTree, newBlockTree); } } } Aside from now being able to use "Inspect & Refactor" to identify and fix all instances of JOptionPane.showMessageDialog at the same time, you can also do the fixes per instance within the editor:

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  • NetBeans Podcast 69

    - by TinuA
    Podcast Guests: Terrence Barr, Simon Ritter, Jaroslav Tulach (It's an all-Oracle lineup!) Download mp3: 47 Minutes – 39.5 mb Subscribe on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu If you missed the first two Java Virtual Developer Day events in early May, there's still one more LIVE training left on May 28th. Sign up here to participate live in the APAC time zone or watch later ON DEMAND. Video: Get started with Vaadin development using NetBeans IDE NetBeans IDE was at JavaCro 2014 and at Hippo Get-together 2014 Another great lineup is in the works for NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2014. More details coming soon! NetBeans' Facebook page is almost at 40,000 Likes! Help us crack that milestone in the next few weeks! Other great ways to stay updated about NetBeans? Twitter and Google+. 09:28 / Terrence Barr - What to Know about Java Embedded Terrence Barr, a Senior Technologist and Principal Product Manager for Embedded and Mobile technologies at Oracle, discusses new features of the Java SE Embedded and Java ME Embedded platforms, and sheds some light on the differences between them and what they have to offer to developers. Learn more about Java SE Embedded Tutorial: Using Oracle Java SE Embedded Support in NetBeans IDE Learn more about Java ME Embedded Video: NetBeans IDE Support for Java ME 8 Video: Installing and Using Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE Follow Terrence Barr to keep up with news in the Embedded space: Blog and Twitter 26:02 / Simon Ritter - A Massive Serving of Raspberry Pi Oracle's Raspberry Pi virtual course is back by popular demand! Simon Ritter, the head of Oracle's Java Technology Evangelism team, chats about the second run of the free Java Embedded course (starting May 30th), what participants can expect to learn, NetBeans' support for Java ME development, and other Java trainings coming to a desktop, laptop or user group near you. Sign up for the Oracle MOOC: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using Raspberry Pi Find out when Simon Ritter and the Java Evangelism team are coming to a Java event or JUG in your area--follow them on Twitter: Simon Ritter Angela Caicedo Steven Chin Jim Weaver 36:58 / Jaroslav Tulach - A Perfect Translation Jaroslav Tulach returns to the NetBeans podcast with tales about the Japanese translation of the Practical API Design book, which he contends surpasses all previous translations, including the English edition! Order "Practical API Design" (Japanese Version)  Find out why the Japanese translation is the best edition yet *Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to ">nbpodcast at netbeans dot org. *Subscribe to the official NetBeans page on Facebook! Check us out as well on Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

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  • What's New & Cool in NetBeans IDE 7.x

    - by Geertjan
    Loads of new features have been added to NetBeans IDE during the NetBeans IDE 7.x release cycle, i.e., 7.0 together with all the minor releases that have come after that, up to 7.4, which was released during the last few days. Hard to keep track of everything added over all those releases, so instead of making a "What's New in NetBeans IDE 7.4" slide deck (which would only cover the highlights of the NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Notes), as we would normally do, we've instead produced "What's New in NetBeans IDE 7.x", which is around 50 slides presenting all the key features of the IDE, together with all the key newest features. Here it is: If you want to present the wonderful world that is the NetBeans ecosystem to your JUG or school or university or colleagues in your company, just download the above slide deck (either PDF or the PowerPoint sources) here: https://netbeans.org/community/teams/evangelism And happy NetBeans IDE 7.4 to everyone using NetBeans IDE everywhere in the world!

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  • Notes for a NetBeans IDE 7.4 HTML5 Screencast

    - by Geertjan
    I'm making a screencast that intends to thoroughly introduce NetBeans IDE 7.4 as a tool for HTML, JavaScript, and CSS developers. Here's the current outline, additions and other suggestions are welcome. Getting Started Downloading NetBeans IDE for HTML5 and PHP Examining the NetBeans installation directory, especially netbeans.conf Examining the NetBeans user directory Command line options for starting NetBeans IDE Exploring NetBeans IDE Menus and toolbars Versioning tools Options Window Go through whole Options window Change look and feels Adding themes Syntax coloring Code templates Plugin Manager and Plugin Portal Dark Look and Feel Themes Toggle line wrap Emmet HTML Tidy NetBeans Cheat Sheets Creating HTML5 projects From scratch From online template, e.g., Twitter Bootstrap From ZIP file From folder on disk From sample Editing Useful shortcuts Alt-Enter: see the current hints Alt-Shift-DOT/COMMA: expand selection (CTRL instead of Alt on Mac) Ctrl-Shift-Up/Down: copy up/down Alt-Shift-Up/Down: move up/down Alt-Insert: generate code (Lorum Ipsum) View menu | Show Non-printable Characters Source menu Show keyboard shortcut card Useful hints Surround with Tag Remove Surrounding Tag Useful code completion Link tag for CSS, show completion Script tag for JavaScript, show completion Create code templates in Options window Useful HTML Palette items Unordered List Link Useful code navigation Navigator Navigate menu Useful project settings Project-level deployment settings CSS Preprocessors (SASS/LESS) Cordova support Useful window management Dragging, minimizing, undocking Ctrl-Shift-Enter: distraction-free mode Alt-Shift Enter: maximization Debugging JavaScript debugger Deploying Embedded browser Responsive design Inspect in NetBeans mode Chrome browser with NetBeans plugin Android and iOS browsers Cordova makes native packages On device debugging On device styling Documentation PHP and HTML5 Learning Trail: https://netbeans.org/kb/trails/php.html Contributing Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, blogs Plugin Portal Planning to complete the above screencast this week, will continue editing this page as more useful features arise in my mind or hopefully in the comments in this blog entry!

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  • YouTube: CoffeeScript Rocks (in NetBeans IDE)

    - by Geertjan
    CoffeeScript is a handy preprocessor for JavaScript, as shown in a quick demo below on YouTube, using the CoffeeScript plugin for NetBeans IDE. Right now, the NetBeans Plugin Portal doesn't have a CoffeeScript plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.4, but not to worry, the NetBeans IDE 7.3 plugin works just fine. http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/39007/coffeescript-netbeans Here's a small YouTube clip I made today showing how it all works: Also read this very handy and detailed NetBeans tutorial, on which I based the demo above: https://netbeans.org/kb/docs/web/js-toolkits-jquery.html Related info: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgqVh_KpVKY http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/wa-coffee1/ http://blog.sethladd.com/2012/01/vanilla-dart-ftw.html http://api.jquery.com/fadeOut/

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  • TomEE Integration in NetBeans Next

    - by Geertjan
    At JavaOne 2013, there was a lot of buzz around the TomEE server, e.g., many Tweets, nice party, and a new TomEE consulting company. For those tracking TomEE developments, it is interesting to note that recently the NetBeans IDE development builds have had added to them... TomEE support. Note: The TomEE support described here is not in NetBeans IDE 7.4, but in development builds for the next release of NetBeans IDE.For example, with NetBeans IDE development builds you're able to: register TomEE as a server in the Services window (TomEE has several distributions, e.g., one can use the "with JAX-RS" one, for example) create a Java EE 6 web project (e.g., Maven based) against this server create JPA entities from database create JAX-RS classes from JPA entities create JSF pages from JPA entities the IDE lets you create a new data source for TomEE and deploy it to the server the IDE figures out the components that are already packaged in TomEE, and the fact that (unlike with regular Tomcat), it does not need to package any components such as JSF implementation, persistence provider, or JAX-RS runtime, so that the resulting WAR file is very small the IDE can also do "deploy on save" with TomEE, so that your development cycle is very fast Adam Bien blogged about how he set up TomEE sometime ago, here. The official support in NetBeans IDE will be much more tightly integrated, simplifying the steps Adam describes. For example, the IDE does step 2 from Adam's blog for you, i.e., it sets up TomEE deployment roles. Moreover, it knows about all the technologies included in TomEE so that it can optimize the packaging; it knows about TomEE's persistence setup; it can work with TomEE data sources, etc. Below you see a Maven-based Java EE 6 PrimeFaces application (all entities and JSF pages generated from a database) deployed to TomEE in NetBeans IDE: And here's the management console for configuring and finetuning TomEE in NetBeans IDE: When I tried out the NetBeans IDE development build and TomEE, to see how everything fits together, I was surprised at how fast TomEE started up. Not sure what they did to it, but seems like a server on steroids. And setting it up in NetBeans IDE was trivial. Add the simple set up of TomEE in NetBeans IDE to the many benefits that the widely praised out of the box NetBeans Maven tools make possible, together with the fact that not one single plugin had to be installed to get everything you see described here up and running... and you have a really powerful combination of dev tools, all for free.

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  • Developing Ext JS Charts in NetBeans IDE

    - by Geertjan
    I took my first tentative steps into the world of Ext JS charts today, in NetBeans IDE 7.4. Click to enlarge the image. I will make a screencast soon showing how charts such as the above can be created with NetBeans IDE and Ext JS. Setting up Ext JS is easy in NetBeans IDE because there's a JavaScript library browser, by means of which I can browse for the Ext JS libraries that I need and then NetBeans IDE sets up the project for me. The JavaScript code shown above comes directly from here: http://www.quizzpot.com/courses/learning-ext-js-3/articles/chart-series The index.html is as follows: <html> <head> <title>TODO supply a title</title> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="js/libs/extjs/resources/css/ext-all.css"/> <script src="js/libs/ext-core/ext-core.js"></script> <script src="js/libs/extjs/adapter/ext/ext-base-debug.js"></script> <script src="js/libs/extjs/ext-all-debug.js"></script> <script src="app.js"></script> </head> <body> </body> </html> More info on Ext JS: http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.1.3/ By the way, quite a few other articles are out there on Ext JS and NetBeans IDE, such as these, which I will be learning from during the coming days: http://netbeans.dzone.com/extjs-rest-netbeans http://netbeans.dzone.com/articles/create-your-first-extjs-4 http://netbeans.dzone.com/articles/mixing-extjs-json-p-and-java

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  • Update Your NetBeans Plugin's "Supported NetBeans Versions" In The Next Two Weeks!

    - by Geertjan
    For each NetBeans plugin uploaded to the NetBeans Plugin Portal, the registration page starts like this: Note how the "Supported NetBeans Versions" field is empty, i.e., no checkbox is checked, for the plugin above. As you can also see, there is a red asterisk next to this field, which means it is mandatory. It is mandatory for the latest version of the NetBeans Plugin Portal, while it wasn't mandatory before, so that several plugins were registered without their supported version being set. Therefore, since the version is now mandatory, anyone who doesn't want their plugin to be hidden for the rest of this year, and removed on 1 January 2013 if no one complains about their absence, needs to go to their plugin's registration page and set a NetBeans Version. E-mails have been sent to plugin developers of unversioned plugins already, over the last weeks. Currently there are 91 plugins that still need to have their NetBeans Version set. Probably at least 1/3 of those are my own plugins, so this is as much a reminder to myself as anyone else! Whether or not you have received an e-mail asking you to set a NetBeans Version for your plugins, please take a quick look anyway and maybe this is a good opportunity to update other information relating to your plugin. You (and I) have two weeks: on Monday 16 April, any NetBeans plugin in the Plugin Portal without a NetBeans Version will be hidden. And then removed, at the start of next year, if no one complains.

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  • Where I'll Be At JavaOne 2012

    - by Geertjan
    Fun and games for me at JavaOne 2012. Below are the sessions/BOFs/tutorials I'll be attending. The items in red are the sessions and BOFs where I'll be speaking, either as the main/only speaker or as a supporting speaker in someone else's presentation, while the other items (except for the NetBeans booth duties and mini presentations, which are included below) are items I'm interested in and so will be sitting in the audience: Sunday: NetBeans Day Monday: 10:00 - 12:00 TUT4801: Make Your Clients Richer: JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform 12:20 - 12:30 Mini Presentation in OTN Lounge: What's New in NetBeans IDE? 13:00 - 14:00 CON7050: How My Life Would Have Been So Much Better If We Had Used the NetBeans Platform 14:30 - 14:40 Mini Presentation in OTN Lounge: NetBeans and Java EE 15:00 - 16:00 CON4038: Project EASEL: Developing and Managing HTML5 in a Java World 16:30 - 17:15 BOF6151: NetBeans.Next: The Roadmap Ahead 17:30 - 18:15 BOF3332: Lessons Learned in Writing a PDF-to-JavaFX Converter for NetBeans 18:30 - 19:15 BOF4920: Runtime Class Reloading for Dummies Tuesday: 9:30 - 11:30 NetBeans Booth 11:30 - 12:30 CON6139: Lessons Learned in Building Enterprise and Desktop Applications with the NetBeans IDE 13:00 - 14:00 CON4387: Bringing Mylyn to NetBeans and OSGi, Bridging Their Worlds 14:30 - 14:40 Mini Presentation in OTN Lounge: NetBeans Java Editor 15:30 - 17:30 NetBeans Booth 17:30 - 18:15 BOF3665: Custom Static Code Analysis 18:30 - 19:15 BOF5806: Doing JSF Development in the NetBeans IDE  Wednesday: 8:30 - 9:30 CON5132: NetBeans Plug-in Development: JRebel Experience Report 10:00 - 11:00 CON2987: Unlocking the Java EE 6 Platform 11:30 - 12:30 CON10140: Delivering Bug-Free, More Efficient Code for the Java Platform 13:00 - 14:00 CON3826: Patterns for Modularity: What Modules Don’t Want You to Know 14:30 - 14:40 Mini Presentation in OTN Lounge: NetBeans Platform 15:00 - 16:00 CON3160: Dynamic Class Reloading in the Wild with Javeleon Thursday: 12:30 - 13:30 CON4952: NetBeans Platform Panel Discussion 14:00 - 15:00 CON11879: Getting Started with the NetBeans Platform There are several sessions/BOFs I would have liked to be able to attend, but because of clashes with other sessions that I need to see slightly more urgently, I won't be able to attend those, unfortunately. Will be a busy but interesting time, as always! The entire list of NetBeans-oriented sessions can be found here: http://netbeans.org/community/articles/javaone/2012/index.html

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  • iReport for NetBeans IDE 7.4

    - by Geertjan
    A few days ago the iReport Team announced the new 5.5.0 iReport release. With it comes the latest iReport plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.4. The NetBeans iReport plugin is by FAR the most downloaded plugin on the NetBeans Plugin Portal. Here's a direct link to it: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/4425/ireport I installed the plugin into NetBeans IDE 7.4 today and made this small (and silent) movie of the main cool features I found. Sorry it's a bit blurry, comes from conversion from MPEG to AVI. Many thanks to Giulio Toffoli from Jaspersoft for continually enhancing the plugin from release to release, it's really awesome, provides a massive bunch of reporting features, fully justifying the popularity of this plugin. Some documents, more or less up to date, that should help, after following the screencast above: http://community.jaspersoft.com/wiki/designing-report http://community.jaspersoft.com/project/ireport-designer/resources Also, note that YouTube is pretty much flooded with movies on NetBeans and iReport: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ireport+netbeans&search_sort=video_date_uploaded

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  • NetBeans Java Hints: Quick & Dirty Guide

    - by Geertjan
    In NetBeans IDE 7.2, a new wizard will be found in the "Module Development" category in the New File dialog, for creating new Java Hints. Select a package in a NetBeans module project. Right click, choose New/Other.../Module Development/Java Hint: You'll then see this: Fill in: Class Name: the name of the class that should be generated. E.g. "Example". Hint Display Name: the display name of the hint itself (as will appear in Tools/Options). E.g. "Example Hint". Warning Message: the warning that should be produced by the hint. E.g. "Something wrong is going on". Hint Description: a longer description of the hint, will appear in Tools/Options and eventually some other places. E.g. "This is an example hint that warns about an example problem." Will also provide an Automatic Fix: whether the hint will provide some kind of transformation. E.g. "yes". Fix Display Name: the display name of such a fix/transformation. E.g. "Fix the problem". Click Finish. Should generate "Example.java", the hint itself: import com.sun.source.util.TreePath; import org.netbeans.api.java.source.CompilationInfo; import org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints.ErrorDescription; import org.netbeans.spi.editor.hints.Fix; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ConstraintVariableType; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.ErrorDescriptionFactory; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.Hint; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.HintContext; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.JavaFix; import org.netbeans.spi.java.hints.TriggerPattern; import org.openide.util.NbBundle.Messages; @Hint(displayName = "DN_com.bla.Example", description = "DESC_com.bla.Example", category = "general") //NOI18N @Messages({"DN_com.bla.Example=Example Hint", "DESC_com.bla.Example=This is an example hint that warns about an example problem."}) public class Example { @TriggerPattern(value = "$str.equals(\"\")", //Specify a pattern as needed constraints = @ConstraintVariableType(variable = "$str", type = "java.lang.String")) @Messages("ERR_com.bla.Example=Something wrong is going on") public static ErrorDescription computeWarning(HintContext ctx) { Fix fix = new FixImpl(ctx.getInfo(), ctx.getPath()).toEditorFix(); return ErrorDescriptionFactory.forName(ctx, ctx.getPath(), Bundle.ERR_com.bla_Example(), fix); } private static final class FixImpl extends JavaFix { public FixImpl(CompilationInfo info, TreePath tp) { super(info, tp); } @Override @Messages("FIX_com.bla.Example=Fix the problem") protected String getText() { return Bundle.FIX_com_bla_Example(); } @Override protected void performRewrite(TransformationContext ctx) { //perform the required transformation } } } Should also generate "ExampleTest.java", a test for it. Unfortunately, the wizard infrastructure is not capable of handling changes related to test dependencies. So the ExampleTest.java has a todo list at its begining: /* TODO to make this test work:  - add test dependency on Java Hints Test API (and JUnit 4)  - to ensure that the newest Java language features supported by the IDE are available,   regardless of which JDK you build the module with:  -- for Ant-based modules, add "requires.nb.javac=true" into nbproject/project.properties  -- for Maven-based modules, use dependency:copy in validate phase to create   target/endorsed/org-netbeans-libs-javacapi-*.jar and add to endorseddirs   in maven-compiler-plugin configuration  */Warning: if this is a project for which tests never existed before, you may need to close&reopen the project, so that "Unit Test Libraries" node appears - a bug in apisupport projects, as far as I can tell.  Thanks to Jan Lahoda for the above rough guide.

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  • Can't start the portable version of NetBeans 6.9.1 IDE

    - by Coder
    I downloaded the portable version of netbeans netbeans-6.9.1-201007282301-ml.zip from the netbeans site and changed the config file in etc/netbeans.conf as indicated on the netbeans site. The file contents are below. # ${HOME} will be replaced by JVM user.home system property #netbeans_default_userdir="${HOME}/.netbeans/6.9" netbeans_default_userdir=".netbeans/6.9" # Options used by NetBeans launcher by default, can be overridden by explicit # command line switches: netbeans_default_options="-J-client -J-Xss2m -J-Xms32m -J-XX:PermSize=32m -J-XX:MaxPermSize=200m -J-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true -J-Dapple.awt.graphics.UseQuartz=true -J-Dsun.java2d.noddraw=true" # Note that a default -Xmx is selected for you automatically. # You can find this value in var/log/messages.log file in your userdir. # The automatically selected value can be overridden by specifying -J-Xmx here # or on the command line. # If you specify the heap size (-Xmx) explicitely, you may also want to enable # Concurrent Mark & Sweep garbage collector. In such case add the following # options to the netbeans_default_options: # -J-XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -J-XX:+CMSClassUnloadingEnabled -J-XX:+CMSPermGenSweepingEnabled # (see http://wiki.netbeans.org/wiki/view/FaqGCPauses) # Default location of JDK, can be overridden by using --jdkhome <dir>: #netbeans_jdkhome="/path/to/jdk" netbeans_jdkhome="C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_24\" # Additional module clusters, using ${path.separator} (';' on Windows or ':' on Unix): #netbeans_extraclusters="/absolute/path/to/cluster1:/absolute/path/to/cluster2" # If you have some problems with detect of proxy settings, you may want to enable # detect the proxy settings provided by JDK5 or higher. # In such case add -J-Djava.net.useSystemProxies=true to the netbeans_default_options. But it refuses to start when i try to run it. If i change the JDK path to something incorrect it complains that it can't find the jdk so i think the jdk path is correct. It also creates a .netbeans directory when i try to start it. I don't see any errors and it just doesn't do anything else observable. Does anybody know how to set up this version of netbeans? Thanks.

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  • Maven Integrated View for NetBeans IDE

    - by Geertjan
    Started working on an oft-heard request from Kirk Pepperdine for an integrated view for multimodule builds for Maven projects in NetBeans IDE, as explained here. I suddenly had some kind of brainwave and solved all the remaining problems I had, by delegating to the LogicalViewProvider's node, instead of the project's node, which means I inherit all the icons, actions, package nodes, and anything else that was originally defined within the original project, in this case for the open source JAnnocessor project: Above, you can see that the Maven submodules can either be edited in-line, i.e., within the parent project, or separately, by opening them in the traditional NetBeans way. Get the module here: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/45180/?show=true Some people out there might be interested in how this is achieved. First, hide the original ModulesNodeFactory in the layer. Then create the following class, which creates what you see in the screenshot above: import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.List; import javax.swing.event.ChangeListener; import org.netbeans.api.project.Project; import org.netbeans.spi.project.SubprojectProvider; import org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.LogicalViewProvider; import org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.support.NodeFactory; import org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.support.NodeList; import org.openide.nodes.FilterNode; import org.openide.nodes.Node; @NodeFactory.Registration(projectType = "org-netbeans-modules-maven", position = 400) public class ModulesNodeFactory2 implements NodeFactory { @Override public NodeList<?> createNodes(Project prjct) { return new MavenModulesNodeList(prjct); } private class MavenModulesNodeList implements NodeList<Project> { private final Project project; public MavenModulesNodeList(Project prjct) { this.project = prjct; } @Override public List<Project> keys() { return new ArrayList<Project>( project.getLookup(). lookup(SubprojectProvider.class).getSubprojects()); } @Override public Node node(final Project project) { Node node = project.getLookup().lookup(LogicalViewProvider.class).createLogicalView(); return new FilterNode(node, new FilterNode.Children(node)); } @Override public void addChangeListener(ChangeListener cl) { } @Override public void removeChangeListener(ChangeListener cl) { } @Override public void addNotify() { } @Override public void removeNotify() { } } } Considering that there's only about 5 actual statements above, it's pretty amazing how much can be achieved with so little code. The NetBeans APIs really are very cool. Hope you like it, Kirk!

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  • Gradle Support in NetBeans IDE 7.2

    - by Geertjan
    Russel Winder and Steve Chin spent half an hour, and then gave up, setting up NetBeans IDE to use Gradle, because they couldn't find the NetBeans Gradle plugin, during Steve's NightHacking tour. That need happen no more because Attila Kelemen's NetBeans Gradle plugin is now available in the Plugin Manager in NetBeans IDE 7.2: Aside from opening Gradle-based applications, you can now also create new ones: Details and documentation: https://github.com/kelemen/netbeans-gradle-project

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  • YouTube: Chrome Dev Tools Integration with NetBeans IDE!

    - by Geertjan
    Some time ago my colleague David Konecny discussed the question "What works better for you? NetBeans IDE or Chrome Developer Tools?". It's a good read. David highlights the point that it's not a question of either/or but both, since the two tools are like the apple/pear dichotmoy. However, good news! The two worlds are not divided in NetBeans IDE 7.4. Changes you make in Chrome Developer Tools (CDT) are automatically persisted to the related files in NetBeans IDE, as you can see in a new YouTube clip I made today. The new integration of CDT with NetBeans IDE has been mentioned in the NetBeans IDE 7.4 New & Noteworthy, while on Twitter this was sighted yesterday: Watch the movie above and within 5 minutes you too will see the simplicity and power of CDT integration with NetBeans IDE. In other news. I consider the above to be my favorite (though it's a tough choice, since there are so many new features in NetBeans IDE 7.4) new feature, for the article "What is your favorite new NetBeans IDE 7.4 feature?"

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