Netbeans module developpement: How to benefit the freemarker engin without using a file template module?



I created a "custom wizard" module in Netbeans 7.2 and I want to generate a couple of files using freemarker engine.


I m not using a "file type wizard" (as I dont want the "template" to appear in "New file" dialog)


I tried using @templateRegistration annotation on the wizard action class but cant get the template file.


Is there a way to get for exemple a custom templates file from any location on the disk or jar file and get it parsed by the integrated netbeans freemarker to benefit both, freemaker support and netbeans template variables ?


Thanx


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I created a "custom wizard" module in Netbeans 7.2 and I want to generate a couple of files using freemarker engine.


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