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NetBeans Platform Student Projects: Batch Refactoring

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NetBeans Platform Student Projects: Batch Refactoring

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This is the start of a series on ongoing student projects that relate to the NetBeans Platform. Typically, after a NetBeans Platform Certified Training course is held, the students take on an assignment to prove their understanding of the NetBeans Platform. This series focuses on these projects, picked by the students themselves. If you have any advice to give or feedback to offer, take this opportunity to shape some of the cool ongoing projects out there, some of which might even end up enriching NetBeans IDE itself. -- Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans Zone Leader

The first project to focus on is outlined below. It basically picks up on this issue:

http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=25377

And here is the full description of the project, by a student at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität, in Würzburg, Germany:

 

Any feedback or tips for this project? Any code snippets that the students on this project might find helpful? Feel free to leave them here.

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