[ JDK VERSION : 1.6.0_02 ]
A few times when I have been working on web applications I have added
frameworks to see if they make sense to use on my specific project.
Some other times I have added only one framework, but when someone
else on my team worked on the same project he added another framework
(I added i.e. only JavaServer Faces, and later on my team mate added
Visual Web JavaServer Faces by a mistake). Once such a mistake has
happened, it's not easy to remove the unwanted framework. In fact,
you can't! Netbeans won't let you remove a framework, only add new.
A workaround is to create another project, add only the framework(s)
you want, copy all source files and other files into the new project
and remove the other project from your filesystem (and also from your
cvs/subversion repository). This workaround should not be neccesary!
Netbeans must be able to add, as well as remove, frameworks from a
I guess duplicate of issue #109051
From a visualweb standpoint, this is a dup:
But I am not sure about the other web frameworks, so I'll leave this open for someone else to evaluate.
*** Issue 109051 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
This is an enhancement, not a defect, and it won't happen for 6.0, which is already in beta 2.
*** Issue 128023 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
will this be considered for Netbeans 7.0?