The following refactoring actions are broken if a class uses a lombok annotation:
* rename of a class
* rename of a variable
* change of method parameters
I didn't tried the remainder of the refactorings.
* Netbeans 8.0 RC1
* Lombok 1.12.4
Steps to reproduce:
* File =>New Project => Maven => new Java Application
* Modify Pom with the following dependency
* Create a Pojo, use for example the @Data Annotation (applies for all lombok annotations so far)
* hit refactoring
Usually it doubles the class and sometimes the refactored and unrefactored parts of the class are tangled and messed up.
a related Bug report in lombok can be found at https://code.google.com/p/projectlombok/issues/detail?id=106
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 236885 ***