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 ?

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Thanx

My apologies if this is a duplicate; I may not know the proper
terms to search for.


I am tasked with analyzing a Perl
module file (.pm) that is a fragment of a larger application. Is there
a tool, app, or script that will simply go through the code and pull
out all the variable names, module names, and function calls? Even
better would be something that would identify whether it was declared
within this file or is something external.


Does such a
tool exist? I only get the one file, so this isn't something I can
execute -- just some basic static analysis I guess.

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I'm looking for the way to configure Netbeans workspace for
multi-module maven project to always start some module when pressing
CTRL+F5 (Debug main project). Being within maven project this shortcut
always starts the project whose source file is currently being open.
This is annoying - to start debugger i always have to either switch to
some source file from the 'main' module or find that module in project
explorer (huge sub-tree) and right click -> Debug (both are regular
useless waste of time )


Similar question is about
re-running last unit test - i can't find shortcut for this, but i see
related bug report is not addressed since Aug 2010:
http://netbeans.org/bugzi

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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.


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 have created an new module. The module is connected with another
database. Now I want to call the helper class from another module
template file let say "description.pthml". I used the following
code.


$_helper =
$this->helper('ForumProdPosts/output');

But I
am getting error "Fatal error: Class
'Mage_ForumProdPosts_Helper_Output' not found in
/home/black/public_html/app/Mage.php on line 546".


The
helper class is located in
local/MyWebsite/ForumProdPosts/Helper/Output.php having the following
code.


class MyWebsite_ForumProdPosts_Helper_Output
extends Mage_Core_Helper_Abstract
{
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In all of my Python module files I put the module version with
__version__.


Now if I release my Python
library, I want to increase this module version inside all Python
module files automatically.


I know that I can access the
version of a module for reading like this:

/>

mymodule.py:


# my module
__version__ =
"0.0.1"

usesmymodule.py:


import
mymodule
# Gives me "0.0.1"
print mymodule.__version__ />

Now how can I save the module source file after I
changed its version? In a way like this:

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I have a local module named tokenize.py, masks a
standard library module of the same name. I only discovered this when
I tried to import an external module (sklearn.linear_model), which in
turn does import tokenize and expects to get the standard
library module, but gets my local module instead.


This is
related to How to access a standard-library module in Python when
there is a local module with the same name?, but the setting is
different, because applying the above solution would require modifying
the external module.


An option would be to rename the
local tokenize.py, but I would prefer not to do so as
"tok

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