NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 457 - Oct 11, 2010)
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The NetBeans team is renaming the next release, NetBeans 6.10, to NetBeans 7.0. The version change aligns NetBeans with plans for the Java platform; thus NetBeans 7.0 will provide support for JDK 7 language features and JDK 7 Beta. Learn more about this change to the NetBeans release roadmap.
"confirm.exit" is a new plug-in that solves this user pet peeve. Created by Anuradha Gunasekara, the plug-in adds the option of confirming before quitting your work. But you can also choose in the settings to "Always exit without prompt".
The alignment of the next release of NetBeans IDE and GlassFish are discussed in this article on the Aquarium blog.
In this free SkillsMatter event, Jaroslav Tulach, Toni Epple, and Geertjan Wielenga will introduce you to the NetBeans Platform. (Thursday, October 14, at 18:30)
A 6-part screencast showing how to develop OSGi-enabled Java EE applications using NetBeans and deploying them on GlassFish.
A short guide to creating a new custom tool collection for C/C++ in the NetBeans IDE.
Take the latest NetBeans Community Poll and tell us in what real-world scenario would you most appreciate "code completion"!
NetBeans engineer Petr Pisl writes about fixes to formatting difficulties encountered when working with PHP and HTML.
Dustin Marx identifies seven NetBeans Java hints that are extremely useful for Java development.
Need to set up Subversion on NetBeans on Ubuntu? Developer Chris Nizzardini gives it a go in this blog entry.
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