NetBeans.org has released a new patch, which is an update to the NetBeans IDE 6.5.
The patch includes bug fixes in modules for C/C++, Database, Editing Files, GlassFish v3 Prelude, Groovy and Grails, Hibernate Support, IDE Platform, Java, Java EE, Java Profiler, JBoss Application Server, Mercurial, Native Access, NetBeans 6.5, PHP, Platform, RESTful Web Services, Ruby and Rails, Subversion, UML, Visual Mobile Designer and Web Applications. The patch is available in English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Brazilian Portuguese languages.
To obtain the fixes, the NetBeans IDE must be installed and running. You can download the fixes through the IDE's Plugins Manager.
It's time again to elect the NetBeans Governance Board. The three-person Board (2 community members and 1 Sun appointee) exists to make sure that the NetBeans Project is run in a fair and open manner. The nomination period for the next six-month term is open from January 28 - February 11. Learn more about how to nominate your candidate(s).
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