NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 200701301900)
1.5.0_05; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 1.5.0_05-b05
Windows XP version 5.1 running on x86
At NB Startup, an errro notice pops up looking for file not found:
It think it meant to look for:
Notice that "Files\netbeans\6.0\200701301900\" over-appended.
I looked at
and found two jars: jaxb-api and jaxws-api.
This happened after I treated Issue 93847 by deleting the problematic project
and recreated it successfully, and then restarting netbeans. Now it shows up
everytime I restart netbeans.
Created attachment 37940 [details]
Looking for file using over-appended path
Is there in the mentioned project or other locations in IDE (e.g. Favorites Tab,
Libraries ...) any reference to this path?
The message comes up even when I start nb with a virgin ide env -
i.e. no [C:\Documents and Settings\user\dev] folder, no projects.
Therefore no favourites, no tabs, no Libraries, no extra modules.
It is still there at Build 200702081900.
Therefore, it is probably unrelated to Issue 93847.
It is probably coincidental to my move to build 200701301900.
Hah! I found the problem.
I copied the whole netbeans folder to D:/temp/200702081900
At which I ran netbeans and the message did not appear.
However the message
\api does not exist ....]
when I moved and ran netbeans at D:\temp\Eclipse Sucks\200702081900.
I tried every instance where path has a space char and the message pops up.
Which means, somewhere in NB6 code (for builds on and after 200701301900) is a
space-char unfriendly routine.
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 95796 ***