I have C++ project with unit tests places in test sub-folder... In NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 201302102300) when i try to change excluded folders template in project properties, i cannot do that because after "Apply" button pressed properties returns to default state...
Steps to reproduce:
1) Create new C++ project.
2) Open project properties.
3) Change ignore folders pattern.
4) Press "Apply" button.
5) See result - you changes is lost.
This happens with NetBeans IDE 7.3 FCS (Build 201302062200) too and I can't set the encoding either, it goes back to UTF-8.
Other project types (php,java) has not Apply button. Should button be removed too in C/C++?
Mark Wilmoth <email@example.com>
4:06 PM (40 minutes ago)
This happens with NetBeans IDE 7.3 FCS (Build 201302062200) too and I can't set the encoding either, it goes back to UTF-8. It is regression and there is no workaround as far as I know, so it should be P1.
So, i set P1.
very easy workaround - OK button
*** Bug 224539 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(In reply to comment #4)
> very easy workaround - OK button
If OK button works correctly and another project types have not "Apply" button, i think "Apply" button can be removed.
It is regression after fixing bug #219547
Maria please investigate
new test is added (testSetWindows1251)
fixed, change set:
Please review the fix.
Please verify the fix in the trunk.
After discussion we decided not to consider that bug as a showstopper for NB 7.3 but to nominate it for patch. QA should add tests for "Apply" to the testbase.
May be remove "Apply" will be better choise, because in another project types this button is missed?
verified in trunk
Verified in build 201303172200