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|How to Export a Project in NetBeans|
| by Navin in Web Development|
NetBeans is a computer program that allows you to create and program
your own Java files and programs. Exporting your projects allows you
to create an executable file that can be run outside of the NetBeans
design capability. You can then upload Java programs to other
computers or websites. Exportin
|How to export a project from Netbeans 7.0 to 8.0.1?|
|7/5/2016 5:43 am by gorbiz in Web Development|
How to export a project from Netbeans 7.0 to 8.0.2?
Error: NetBeans 8.0.2 can not open the form GUI Application, you need
an older version of netbeans 7.0
|Netbeans + project groups: how can I tweak, where Netbeans stores information about created project groups?|
| by Canada in Web Development|
When coding, I use Dropbox to sync folder in which I keep my
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I use Netbeans as an IDE,
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projects found in specific folder. <
|New separated window in Netbeans Module (Netbeans extended project)|
|4/1/2015 2:50 pm by Alatar in Web Development|
How to create new separated non-modal window in Netbeans Module. I
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I have one class extended from org.openide.windows.TopComponent,
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|Netbeans 7.2 local history don't work with files not associated with the Netbeans project|
| by Blue in Web Development|
Recently I've installed Netbeans 7.2 and it seems that local
history doesn't remember single file, not associated with NB project.
Before I was working with Netbeans 6.9.1 and it saved local history
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working with remote files and
|Netbeans - *Easy* way to tell which Netbeans project a file belongs to|
| by Davidpaul007 in Web Development|
I was wondering if there is a way in Netbeans (v 6.8, or whatever)
to have the editor tabs colored based on which project the file
belongs to? Or some other easy way to distinguish which project a
file belongs to.
Basically my problem is that I have 3-4
netbeans projects, which all
|Using both netbeans and eclipse to edit a netbeans project|
| by Twista in Web Development|
Hi Netbeans is the default IDE at my workplace. I want to use
Eclipse to edit the Netbeans projects. How easy or difficult is it to
do this. Can someone outline the steps involved for this.
|How to run a netbeans project without having installed the netbeans? :-)|
| by Insert_Nickname in Web Development|
I need to make an answering questions game and I chose to make it
using netbeans. I wonder if I can create an executable so that
somebody could "play" the game even if he does not have installed
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|xdebug with Netbeans and PHP works with project custom domain only if project root is selected|
| by KaoFloppy in Web Development|
When I debug a PHP project in Netbeans with xdebug, I have to
select the project root first, and then click on the debug button.
That way it works ok, firing the browser with the project's local
domain (not localhost, but one I defined).
But if the
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|Is it necessary to clean and build entire project when i change i java file in my project in netbeans editor|
| by bhupesh in Web Development|
I have been doing a project in java for the last one year. When I
started the project, it was small. But now it is growing as a big
project, so my question is, is it necessary to clean and build my
entire project when I do a change in my java file. Is there any other
way to get my change on the s