Alied Pérez Martínez | 22 Jul 03:59 2014

[801cat] Nice class/abstract class/interface icons

well, that. I just noticed it...

Alied Pérez Martínez | 22 Jul 03:38 2014

[801cat] and Jira 6

Hi, I am not sure whether this is a Netbeans or a issue, but I want to discuss it with you.
After the recent Jira update of (v6.2.3#6260) I have not been able to connect Netbeans to's Jira. I am using the kenai team support, and with the previous version it was working. When I launch Netbeans I have this error:
This might mean that due to multiple failed login attempts, you have been temporarily banned from using the remote API. To re-enable the remote API please log into your server directly via the JIRA web interface -
Please note, that in case you are already logged into the server via the web interface, you have to logout first.

See screenshot:

I am able to log on successfully through the web interface in
I also changed Jira settings from 3.13+ to 5.0+:

Is anybody else having this? Am I missing something?

Mark Wilmoth | 17 Jul 16:11 2014

[801cat] Newer Nightly Build?

Is there going to be any newer nightly build to test? It's stuck on July 9. 

Mark Wilmoth | 17 Jul 15:55 2014

[801cat] Tools/Apache Ant Will Not Deactivate

Can some see if they can deactivate Java SE & Apache Ant and see if Apache Ant will deactivate. I can't deactivate it on 2 computers I have tested. If you have full zip version, Apache Ant shows as "Tools" in the plugin manager unless you check the "show details" checkbox above the list.

1. Install NetBeans or delete userdir & cachedir.
2. Activate Java SE (with plugin manager).
3. Deactivate Java SE & Tools. or Deactivate Tools only (Apache Ant) (with plugin manager).

Tools (Apache Ant) will not deactivate.

See bug steps in last comment I made:


Mark Wilmoth | 16 Jul 18:38 2014

[801cat] Command Prompt Runs

Does anyone see this on Windows 7 64-bit? I have NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 201407090001) and if I specify the jdk in netbeans.conf (netbeans_jdkhome="C:/Program Files/Java/jdk1.8.0_05"), when I run netbeans64.exe a command prompt window (cmd.exe) flashes on the screen and then goes away before NetBeans runs.

If I do not specify the JDK, it just uses the default, but I do not see the command prompt flash on the screen. I do not see this with NetBeans 8.0 or NetBeans 7.4.

Product Version: NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 201407090001)
Updates: Updates available
Java: 1.8.0_05; Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 25.5-b02
Runtime: Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 1.8.0_05-b13
System: Windows 7 version 6.1 running on amd64; Cp1252; en_US (nb)

Michael Müller | 13 Jul 11:59 2014

[801cat] GlassFish 4.0.1

Hi Guys,

In the GlassFish roadmap, I read about GF 4.0.1 being bundled with NB 8.0.1.
In the nigtly (still 201407090001?), I haven't recogniozed the new GF 
What about this?


Herzliche Grüße - Best Regards,

Michael Müller

James | 12 Jul 14:48 2014

[801cat] Bower lib errors


When I install Bower to the web directory, as per the test spec, the following files all display errors:


Technically speaking, the test case succeeds since the files all install as per the specification, but does anyone else get these errors?

Vladimir Riha | 11 Jul 11:17 2014

[801cat] RequireJS specification is not ready

Hi guys,
I've noticed that some of you started to create (and pause) test 
assignments in Synergy for RequireJS specification. This specification 
is not finished yet. If you pause test assignment, Synergy forbids 
creating/removing test cases/suites in the specification. This means 
that I cannot complete the RequireJS specification, because Synergy 
won't let me :)

Nigel, Vidhyadharan: I'm sorry for inconveniences but I have to remove 
your test assignments for RequireJS. They are both at 0% progress so I 
hope it won't cause you any problems.

I will finish the specification during next week and let you know. In 
the meantime, please do not use the RequireJS specification for test 
assignments in Synergy.

Thank you,

Eric Barboni | 11 Jul 10:10 2014

[801cat] [other] web javascript framework feedback

Hi netcat,

I discover a lot in html editor in netbeans. Testing spec help a lot :D.


During one testcase we need to manipulate the netbeans js cache to remove jquery js library.

All library is in one big zip file (about 1go for 3-4go unarchived) it’s about 15min manipulation zipping and 10 zipping.

I’m on windows with ssd sataII hardrive.


Netbeans is showing progresss bar during update of libraries (refreshing list) or calling (npm or bower) but become very slow until the end of update process (or rebuilding).


Are other netcat member  having the same speed issue on windows or other os?


It may be the npm or bower fault.


Best regards








Ondrej Vrabec | 10 Jul 08:49 2014

[801cat] Re: [netcat][general][noteworthy page] Updated with Git changes

That's great,
thank you, Benno.


On 07/09/2014 11:15 PM, Benno Markiewicz wrote:
> FYI I updated the page [1] with changes for the GIT module, based on 
> the changes in bugzilla [2]
> [1]
> [2] 
> With kind regards, markiewb

Angelo Quaglia | 10 Jul 15:20 2014

[801cat] Re: [news] Let's go for it!

Task 2 done. All OK.

2014-07-08 18:02 GMT+02:00 Jiří Kovalský <>:
Great Angelo. Then please write your findings to the issue [3] after you are done with it.

Thanks a lot,

On 07/08/2014 05:50 PM, Angelo Quaglia wrote:

Hi Jiri,
I can volunteer for task 2 as I have just finished a javafx-based
charting service which runs under Tomcat8 + jdk 8.

2014-07-07 17:16 GMT+02:00 Jiří Kovalský <
<mailto:jiri.kovalsky <at>>>:

    Hello folks,

        I think now that we already have like 30 count-me-ins it is the
    right time to start the real work.

        According to the schedule, tomorrow 8.0.1 codebase should pass
    Feature Freeze milestone, which means we can start our full testing.
    That's why I have created a new test run in Synergy called "NetBeans
    IDE 8.0.1 Full Testing" [1]. It's voluntary based so if you want to
    test according to existing test specifications, just click the
    "Volunteer" icon and create your own assignment.



        If you prefer testing your favorite features here and there, we
    will be thankful for that too! In such a case please report your
    progress through this list. All in all, the deadline to have as much
    as possible tested is July 27 midnight last timezone.

        I hope it goes without saying that we need every discovered
    issue filed into Bugzilla as soon as it is found.

        Finally as a resource of what improvements you can expect in
    version 8.0.1, I suggest taking a look at the New & Noteworthy Wiki
    page [2].



        Now, we are looking for a volunteer or three :) who will check
    that updated Tomcat 8.0.9 integrates [3] seamlessly with the IDE.
    Anyone to verify this?



    Thanks to all who will help us in the next 3 weeks!

    Happy testing,