Jesse Glick | 1 Mar 04:31 2003
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Re: Netbeans and JRE

Cedric Cuche wrote:
> We tried to install the NB Platform version 3.4 on Win2k using sun JRE version 1.4.1_01.
> We have tried other java software, all works (using the jre 1.4.1_01 !!!!).
> But when launching the bin/runidew.exe of the Platform, we get a message like this:
> "JDK 1.3 or higher compatible virtual machine not found on your system".
> 
> As it is specified that a user only need the JRE for the platform, it seems that it's a bug in the start script
(maybe a copy from NB full which need JDK sdk).

http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=20955

IMHO it is a bug, not an enhancement. Please add yourself as a CC to the 
issue, vote for it, add comments, etc.

-Jesse

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John Richardson | 1 Mar 04:27 2003
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Re: RE: NetBeans look and feel is extremely inferior !!!!

> disk. And I wish I could use control-tab to switch between open files, as
> per Windows convention. (Control-tab orders the files by most recent use,
> which makes it very flexible.) And their Tools:Options dialog feels very
> disorganized. But overall, the UI is mostly very good.

I understand exactly what you mean.  This is the biggest beef I have
with NetBeans.  I started creating a netbeans module which can do this. 
Unfortunately, I got hung up on two bugs:
 - after switching editor windows, they sometimes switch back or
	don't paint right
 - I don't see how to grab ctrl-tab.  The module uses 
	ctrl-shift-l, but I'll try ctrl-F6 like eclipse uses next

I attached the module to an existing bug: 16799: "quick open file
navigation needed" see
 http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=16799
and vote for it!

tek1 | 1 Mar 05:56 2003
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Re: XML File Parsing

have you taken a look at castor?  highly recommended.  very easy to understand.

http://castor.exolab.org/

At 13:02 03/02/28 -0500, you wrote:
>I have a new project for our company and it involves parsing XML files. I
>would love to do this in java. However, every sample I seem to find is
>overkill for a simple xml file parsing exercise.
>
>Is there anyone that has a good book or web reference for this. Also, I
>assume that NB 3.4.1 has xerces.jar and I do not have to mount or load
>anything special for this to happen.
>
>Thanks.
>
>

Svata Dedic | 1 Mar 12:28 2003
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Re: project compile errors - how to prevent jars from b eing compiled

Philip, Anil [PCS] wrote:
> 1. Yes, the files are in the same directory in the jar file.
> com\spcs\premiere\ejb\odl\min.
> (Is it possible that NB is confused by the '\')
> 2. Default compiler is 'external'. All settings are the default values.
> 3. Action: In Project Tab in the Explorer pane, right-click Project PBS,
> Compile Project. spins for a few minutes,

OK, do you have the root of the jarfile, or some other directory from 
the jarfile linked in on the Project Tab ?

-Svata

Hanasaki JiJi | 1 Mar 16:01 2003

CVS passwords not saved on windows - BLOCKER

Netbeans is reporting that it cannot save in the .cvspass file on 
windows when a new repository is logged into.  This is a show stopper. 
No CVS access is available because of this issue.

Also, when the HOME variable is not set, HOME defaults to:
	c:\netbeans\bin\.\\\

Worked until recently

OS
	win2000

cvs client:
	builtin

versions tested:
	- nitely build - 2/27 +
	- 3.4.1
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Thomas Kellerer | 1 Mar 16:43 2003
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Re: CVS passwords not saved on windows - BLOCKER

Hanasaki JiJi schrieb:
> Netbeans is reporting that it cannot save in the .cvspass file on 
> windows when a new repository is logged into.  This is a show stopper. 
> No CVS access is available because of this issue.
> 
> Also, when the HOME variable is not set, HOME defaults to:
>     c:\netbeans\bin\.\\\
> 
> Worked until recently
> 

I had the same problem several days ago. Somehow the setting for the 
directory where .cvspass is stored was corrupted. Goto 
Tools->Options->Version Control settings and set "Home directory" to the 
directory where your .cvspass is stored.

It should then work again

Thomas

Jason Rush | 1 Mar 19:50 2003
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RE: Problem Starting Tomcat with Netbeans 3.4 or 3.4.1, Win2k SP3, Java 1.4.1 and Internal/External Tomcat

Chris--

> To follow up, the problem exists in netbeans 3.4, 3.4.1, latest QA and
> dev builds - it does not exist in Sun ONE Studio (as tested this
> morning). I hope this helps.

I haven't seen this problem with NB 3.4 or 3.4.1.  I just tried with the latest 
NB dev build and was able to start the internal Tomcat and an external Tomcat 
with no problems.

If you could provide additional information that would help us reproduce the 
problem, our team would be very grateful.

Additional information that might help us:

  * operating system
  * JDK version
  * any changes you might have made to Tomcat configuration (port numbers, etc.)

A few other things that may or may not be factors that I can think of off the 
top of my head are:

  * Did you install using the installer or zip file?
  * Are any of the ports used by Tomcat already in use on your machine?  I think 
the internal Tomcat uses 8015 and 8081 by default.
  * Did you use a clean user directory or did you import settings from a 
previous version of NetBeans?

Thanks,
Jason
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John Richardson | 1 Mar 20:09 2003
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Re: RE: NetBeans look and feel is extremely inferior !!!!


I think my first bug has something to do with the editor toolbar.  I
disabled it, and I seem to be able to switch editors bug-free with
ctrl-shift-l and enter.

Maybe I'll have to ask someone on nbdev about this.

On Fri, 2003-02-28 at 22:27, John Richardson wrote:
> > disk. And I wish I could use control-tab to switch between open files, as
> > per Windows convention. (Control-tab orders the files by most recent use,
> > which makes it very flexible.) And their Tools:Options dialog feels very
> > disorganized. But overall, the UI is mostly very good.
> 
> 
> I understand exactly what you mean.  This is the biggest beef I have
> with NetBeans.  I started creating a netbeans module which can do this. 
> Unfortunately, I got hung up on two bugs:
>  - after switching editor windows, they sometimes switch back or
> 	don't paint right
>  - I don't see how to grab ctrl-tab.  The module uses 
> 	ctrl-shift-l, but I'll try ctrl-F6 like eclipse uses next
> 
> I attached the module to an existing bug: 16799: "quick open file
> navigation needed" see
>  http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=16799
> and vote for it!
> 
> 
> 

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berndpier | 2 Mar 14:28 2003
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RE: Net Beans Platform (How to Install??)

oh sorry,
if you like to install the platform, you had to create a directory (c:\netbeans) or somethink like this,
unzip the files into this directory and then you can start the .exe file located in the bin subdirectory.
bernd
Bantra Indresso <primefish2003 <at> yahoo.com> schrieb:

>
>I think you misunderstood my question. I need to install the Net Beans Platform. This was a different
download from the self extracting installation for the IDE.
>Please help. How do I set up the platform code.
> berndpier <at> netscape.net wrote:if you install netbeans on windows, there had to be an icon on the desktop
and netbeans is in the start menue.
>if you install on linux, you can start netbeans from the commandline or by setting a link to the executable
netbeans file.
>
>
>Bantra Indresso 
>schrieb:
>
>>
>>How do I set up the netbeans platform? The IDE was easy to set up with a self install. The platform is just a
bunch of zip files, and I do not know what file/directory to unzip them into?
>>
>>Please help!
>>
>> 
>>
>>
>>
>>---------------------------------
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Michael Ruflin | 2 Mar 15:15 2003
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Re: somebody help me get off this list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi Dorothy

Is it possible that you registered another adress with nbusers <at> netbeans.org?
You have to send the unsubscribe mail from the adress you subscribed to
nbusers.
You should then receive an automatic ezmlm mail you have to respond to
*too*.
The mail contains a link to the right adress and explains the actions you
have to
take in detail! After responding to the ezmlm mail, you should finally be
unsubscribed.
(You get another mail from ezmlm that confirms your unsubscription)

If this still doesn't work, wait til monday. A moderator will most probably
read your
message and unsubscribe you...

To the moderators: Can someone please test the nbusers-owner adress? Does it
work?
If not, please fix it!

Hope this helps,

Michael

>"Dorothy" <dlau <at> amctechcorp.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:netbeans.nbusers/20030228220436$1240 <at> h74.sfo.collab.net...
> i want to unsubscribed from this list. i've tried a billion times for
about
> a week, to do this by using the unsubscribe link on the mailing list page
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