Michal Owsiak | 28 Mar 14:09 2015
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[81cat] spam - sorry for the test

Testing new e-mail for the group

Michal

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[81cat] R: [news] Early test of redesigned Profiler

Hi Jiri,
Count on me for this test, I'm novice on this field but I can learn. :)
Best regards to all the team!

--
Giuseppe

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: jiri.kovalsky@...
>Data: 26/03/2015 18.49
>A: "NetCAT team"<netcat@...>
>Ogg: [81cat] [news] Early test of redesigned Profiler
>
>Hello NetCAT geeks,
>
>    it has already been quite some time since we turned to you with our 
>last request, hasn't it? :)
>
>    NetCAT 8.1 will officially start in mid summer but we have a starter 
>for you! Well, probably not for everyone but hopefully for a handful of 
>you at least.
>
>    In short, we are searching for Java developers who have already 
>dealt with some performance issues and have an experience with fixing 
>memory leaks, slownesses and the like.
>
>    The task we need such experts for is an end-to-end test of profiling 
>features in NetBeans which went through a full UI redesign recently.
>
>    If you have a suitable performance problem that could be used as a 
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Alied Pérez Martínez | 26 Mar 21:03 2015
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[81cat] Re: [news] Early test of redesigned Profiler

I currently have no performance issues at hand, but I can run formal tests. I'm kinda seasoned on
performance/memory profiling.
I mean; count me in.

Sent from my "burning platform" Nokia N8-00

-----Original Message-----
From: Jiří Kovalský
Sent:  26/03/2015, 14:49 
To: NetCAT team
Subject: [81cat] [news] Early test of redesigned Profiler

Hello NetCAT geeks,

    it has already been quite some time since we turned to you with our 
last request, hasn't it? :)

    NetCAT 8.1 will officially start in mid summer but we have a starter 
for you! Well, probably not for everyone but hopefully for a handful of 
you at least.

    In short, we are searching for Java developers who have already 
dealt with some performance issues and have an experience with fixing 
memory leaks, slownesses and the like.

    The task we need such experts for is an end-to-end test of profiling 
features in NetBeans which went through a full UI redesign recently.

    If you have a suitable performance problem that could be used as a 
case study let us please know! However, if you are a novice in this area 
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Jiří Kovalský | 26 Mar 18:49 2015
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[81cat] [news] Early test of redesigned Profiler

Hello NetCAT geeks,

    it has already been quite some time since we turned to you with our 
last request, hasn't it? :)

    NetCAT 8.1 will officially start in mid summer but we have a starter 
for you! Well, probably not for everyone but hopefully for a handful of 
you at least.

    In short, we are searching for Java developers who have already 
dealt with some performance issues and have an experience with fixing 
memory leaks, slownesses and the like.

    The task we need such experts for is an end-to-end test of profiling 
features in NetBeans which went through a full UI redesign recently.

    If you have a suitable performance problem that could be used as a 
case study let us please know! However, if you are a novice in this area 
but you have time and want to get familiar with the Profiler, raise your 
hand too!

More details to follow once we gather enough volunteers.

Thanks for your consideration!

Best regards,
-Jirka

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[801cat] R: Re: 3/16/2015 4:55:11 PM

Hi all,
sorry for the previous message. I have NOT sent it, probably there is some 
malware that is palying with my email address. 
I'll try to change the password for the mail account hoping that it can solve 
the problem. If it should occur again I'll try to change the provider.
Sorry again,
best regards.

--
Giuseppe Tino 

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: jiri.kovalsky@...
>Data: 18/03/2015 11.28
>A: <netcat@...>
>Ogg: [801cat] Re: 3/16/2015 4:55:11 PM
>
>FYI, Giuseppe was notified about this and warned about possible 
>consequences if this should happen again.
>
>Please accept my apologies.
>
>Have a nice day,
>-Jirka
>
>On 03/16/2015 05:55 AM, Giuseppe Tino wrote:
>
>> Ciao,
>>
>> ho recentemente acquistato un metodo molto costoso per guadagnare su
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Giuseppe Tino | 16 Mar 05:55 2015
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[801cat] 3/16/2015 4:55:11 PM

Ciao,

ho recentemente acquistato un metodo molto costoso per guadagnare su Internet. Il metodo funziona davvero!!!

Ora, in un giorno guadagno più denaro di quanto molti ne guadagnano in un mese.


Le mie statistiche per oggi. Ho guadagnato €570 in 40 minuti. Fico, vero?


Questo metodo funzionerà per circa 2 mesi. Io ho 2 inviti gratis; vorrei condividerne uno con te, solo non dirlo a nessun altro.


Inizia ORA e dopo circa 20-30 minuti guadagnerai i tuoi primi €200.


Spero che tu poi mi invierai il 10% dei tuoi guadagni come modo per dirmi grazie ;)


Link: http://bedreteltutleie.no/uzywxpbv/numhaaibrazjchzqeisitpsraiooenznzmv.ebkksheynovqlotbxwhdxsxjtjrbq
Il tuo codice invito: MGZ39
Jean-Marc Borer | 17 Mar 09:32 2015
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[801cat] Re: Oracle drops JavaFX Scene Builder in 8u40

Is this a joke? Oracle not supporting its own tool for its own "future" technology? How will people adopt JavaFX without SceneBuilder being promoted and supported by Oracle?

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 12:16 PM, Jiří Kovalský <jiri.kovalsky-QHcLZuEGTsvQT0dZR+AlfA@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Just FYI: http://gluonhq.com/products/tools/scene-builder/

On 03/05/2015 11:58 PM, Lou Dasaro wrote:

It's a sad day when a company creates a cool, useful product, and later
suddenly drops it like a hot potato.
That seems to be what Oracle has done with JavaFX Scene Builder.
No novice is going to take up programming in JavaFX editing fxml in a
text editor.
And most aren't going to build Scene Builder from sources.
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/sb2download-2177776.html
I strongly object to Oracle's decision to drop JavaFX Scene Builder.

Lou Dasaro
JavaFX tribe leader on NetCAT 8.0
Leader of the NBPython Project
<https://netbeans.org/projects/python/pages/Home>
p.s. I guess the best that can be hoped for is continuation of the good
work Sven Reimers had done on Monet (The JavaFX Scene Builder
Integration plugin ) or ???

Mark Wilmoth | 25 Apr 20:13 2014
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[80cat] patch test

I installed it and updated to the patch and opened, compiled and ran a JavaSE and JavaEE web project with no problems, but have not time to do any more than that. I can't really give it a go or no-go since I don't have time to do more testing. 

Mark
Mark Wilmoth | 25 Apr 19:10 2014
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[80cat] cannot edit netbeans.conf

Strange. I just in stalled the Windows Java SE executable installation version and I can't edit the netbeans.conf file. I get a message I can't access it when I try to save. I have never seen that happen before. This is the first time I have ever installed the Java SE executable version.

Mark
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[80cat] Re : Re: [news] NetBeans IDE 8.0 Patch 1 test

Sorry, I gave up.

All my bugs are posted, and can be easily search by mail user/mail if there is interest.

I'm probably making the wrong movement, but I'm not seeing my expectations fulfilled.

 

Thanks to the others who are more resilient than me. This is a great product, hope continue to improve in future.

 

Regards. 

 

Edson

 

------ Mensagem original ------
De: Jiří Kovalský
Data: 25/04/2014 6h32
Para: netcat <at> netbeans.org;
Assunto:[80cat] Re: [news] NetBeans IDE 8.0 Patch 1 test

Hi folks,    so far it seems that only Benno Markiewicz decided to help with NetBeans 8.0 Patch 1 testing. Is this really so little? Nobody else?    BTW, there are two potential stoppers found so far: #244049 [1] and #244047 [2]. If we rebuild the Patch 1 modules today, I will surely let you know and postpone the deadline by 1 day. Please stay tuned. [1] https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=244049 [2] https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=244047 Thanks for your support! -Jirka On 24.4.2014 14:30, Jiří Kovalský wrote: > Hello team, > > first of all thanks to everyone who nominated some bug for NetBeans IDE > 8.0 Patch 1 release! Now that we have the bits ready for testing let me > explain what we need you to do if you want to help us further. > > 1. Download and install JDK 7 Update 55 and/or JDK 8 Update 5 [1]. > 2. Download the desired NetBeans IDE 8.0 distribution for your platform > [2] and install it. Please neither use ZIPs nor your own builds. > 3. Launch NetBeans IDE 8.0 with brand new userdir [3]. > 4. Open your projects. > 5. Invoke "Tools > Plugins", switch to "Available Plugins", check some > category e.g. "Java Web and EE", push "Install" and follow instructions. > 6. In "Settings" tab disable all Update Centers except the "NetBeans > Distribution" one. "Edit" its URL to [4]. Switch to "Updates" tab, push > "Update" and follow instructions. > 7. After your IDE is patched, test your favorite features. Try some of > your typical end-to-end scenarios. > 8. If applicable, verify bug fixes you were involved in and comment > accordingly in BugZilla. > 9. Once you are done, publish your findings in the Wiki [5] including > description of what you actually tested. Don't forget about this step! > > [1] http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html > [2] http://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html > [3] http://wiki.netbeans.org/FaqAlternateUserdir > [4] > http://dlc.sun.com.edgesuite.net/netbeans/updates/8.0/uc/final/distribution/catalog_stage.xml.gz > > [5] http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetBeans_80_Patch1_GoNoGo#NetCAT > > 10. Make sure to complete your testing and updating the Wiki by this > Sunday - April 27th midnight last timezone. > > Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. > > We look forward to your feedback! Anyone participating? ;) > > Best regards, > -Jirka
vidhyadharan D | 25 Apr 14:10 2014
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[80cat] [help] how to find files in favourites

hi,

I used to find files in projects via Alt+Shift+O, however i need to find files in favourites window as well
some one please suggest me how to search files by name  under favourites window ?

Many thanks.. 


Regards,
Vidhya

Gmane