Tristram de Lyones | 18 Nov 01:29 2014
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NB8.01, Artifactory Virtual Repositories from Artifactory

Hello guys/gals,

Does the Maven repository index transfer/generation thing of NB8.01 work with virtual repositories - specifically coming from Artifactory?

I created new virtual repositories that has only one or two repositories (Maven Central 2, and just the local release repository and the 'Transferring Maven repository index' message just keeps spinning and spinning and ...

Is there some way to determine if it is really working in NB? I looked at the logs from Artifactory and there are no error messages that I can see. There is no spike in memory usage and such that I can determine. NB's interface is working fine, the workstation is responsive. I looked and there was a zero-byte file called '/tmp/nexus-maven-repository-index.properties1234567890' created and that was it.

Help please?

Best Regards.

BCCISProf | 17 Nov 21:30 2014

NetBeans IDE 8.01 Takes forever to load and errors in IDE Log

Hi,

I searched but I could not find the solution.

I am running Netbeans 8.01 (new installation) on  Windows 7 64-bit 32G platform.

When loading Netbeans its take a very long time 2 minutes to load and the IDE log has multiple errors of the
form: 

> WARNING [org.openide.filesystems.FileSystem]: Rename #0 failed: Cannot rename file
Windows2Local/Modes/.nbattrs~ in C:\Users\Yedidyah
Langsam\AppData\Roaming\NetBeans\8.0.1\config to Windows2Local/Modes/.nbattrs. New file
exists: false. Rename result: false.
> INFO [org.openide.filesystems.FileSystem]: Sleeping for 41 ms

I have attached the entire ide.log

I note that even when I exit netbeans, the netbeans64.exe process remains active in the Task Manager.
However, if I reboot and the re-load Netbeans it starts up for the first time quickly and without the errors
in the log. Closing it down and then reopening it causes the issue to occur again.

Any help will be appreciated.

harryx | 17 Nov 16:09 2014
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Great to be here

Am so grateful to join the platform.

Brian Ngure | 17 Nov 16:16 2014

Plugin Site Down

Hi All,

Is anyone else able to access the Netbeans plugins site? http://plugins.netbeans.org/

I've been trying the whole day but have not been able.

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Regards

Brian Ngure
legoduderv | 17 Nov 12:54 2014
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NetBeans Output Box won't display

I've been using NetBeans for several years now, and all of a sudden I have this weird bug. The output box won't
display! 

Code only using the output box shows the green "running" bar for a second and then disappears. Code using
JFrame gives me the Frame, but no output box.

Please help!

Main Developer | 17 Nov 11:26 2014
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Plugins site not avalible!

Good day! I can not download the plug-ins, the site is not available.

http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/43836/swing-application-framework-support
The page does not open...
Greenberg, Gary (SCL | 17 Nov 03:09 2014

Grails domain classes

I need to create a whole bunch of domain classes for the groovy/grails application.

I know that NB does support creating those classes in Java for Hibernate/JPA

For the grails project I do not see this option.

Do I need to type it by hand than? I’d hate that.

 

Gary Greenberg

Lead Software Engineer

Ph: 408-855-3147

DexMedia.com

 

Owen Thomas | 17 Nov 01:49 2014
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Quick search item not found.

Hi there.

Here's a niggle that appears to be becoming more common.

When I try to call up a source module by typing its file name in the quick search text field in the upper right corner of the IDE, I'm getting a dialogue that says "Recent Quick Search Item was not found.". I rm -Rf * the ./cache/netbeans/8.0.1 directory, but that doesn't help matters. Instead, it appears that I have to permanently navigate the package name thicket and open any module that becomes affected.

Why am I getting this message, and how do I get the IDE to load the source file into the editor instead?

I'm editing modules from an SVN managed working copy which I had merely copied from some other computer to the one I'm working on now, and I haven't actually installed any SVN plugins - at least any that I know of. Netbeans doesn't appear to mind my doing this because it still appears to know which changes have been made and I can appear also to compare and review the change logs of previous versions from the repository.

Thanks,

  Owen.

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Owen Thomas | 17 Nov 00:37 2014
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Re: Praise for NetBeans

Oops... the title was a typo... the sentiment was sincere

On 17 November 2014 03:56, Rick Fincher <rick <at> ifreestore.com> wrote:
+1



On 11/15/2014 7:50 PM, Owen Thomas wrote:
Hello people.

Putting my blunt reactions to "just get the latest version and your problems will probably be solved" remarks made earlier to one side, I am one person who sees the NetBeans product as a very professional tool which has improved my productivity in developing Java SE code far beyond what it would have been without the IDE. Each version I have used has been an incremental improvement on the version before, and the community that develops it keeps on surprising me with new ways to incrementally make my life easier.

Good work to everyone involved.

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I code, dammit!




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Employment-from-home: make mine part-time. Yes you can.
Clique Space(TM). "Medium. Mode. Model. Mind."(TM)
I code, dammit!
Owen Thomas | 16 Nov 01:50 2014
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Praise or NetBeans

Hello people.

Putting my blunt reactions to "just get the latest version and your problems will probably be solved" remarks made earlier to one side, I am one person who sees the NetBeans product as a very professional tool which has improved my productivity in developing Java SE code far beyond what it would have been without the IDE. Each version I have used has been an incremental improvement on the version before, and the community that develops it keeps on surprising me with new ways to incrementally make my life easier.

Good work to everyone involved.

--
Employment-from-home: make mine part-time. Yes you can.
Clique Space(TM). "Medium. Mode. Model. Mind."(TM)
I code, dammit!
janpla | 14 Nov 16:01 2014
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Templates - where are they + documentation?

I have a couple of questions about templates in NetBeans:

When I create a new Java class (managed bean, ...), it contains comments like:

Code:
    /**
     * Creates a new instance of ItemsController
     */
    public ItemsController() {
    }

This comment contributes nothing to anybody's understanding - if the programmer has not already grasped
something as fundamental as this when they begin to write code, what hope have we left in the world? Thus, I
want to get rid of this kind of comments, but I can't see where it comes from; it is supposed to be in one of the
templates, isn't it?

This leads to the next question: Where can I find documentation for how templates work - which variables etc
are legal etc?


Gmane