NetBeans3.4 Beta(build 200206201555):
The default install directory is "NetBeans IDE
3.4beta". Notice, there are spaces in that. When I
ran ide installed in the default directory using
"runide.sh", the ide could not start with error
./runide.sh: /ffj/NetBeans: does not exist
Installing ide in directory without space, ide
Since NB3.3.1 ide could use spaces in names. So installer allows this
kind of install directory. Similar message is shown on Linux:
./runide.sh: cd: /usr/java/NetBeans: No such file or directory
But on Linux ide will start. It doesn't look to be issue for
installer. I'm reasignig it to core because it is in runide.sh.
strange. Last time I checked it worked fine. Will look at this again
I found missing quotes in the runide.sh. The warning message is
printed but the IDE is launched okay (mine == Linux).
The problem is not the installation directory but rather the current
working directory (which happens to be the install dir in your case)
with spaces in path.
Updated the "Summary" field accordingly.
sync'ed runide.sh in sierra branch to rev 1.36, thus fixed this bug
for S1S 4.1
verified in nb3.4
verified in s1s 4.1 (020901)