The NetBeans Localization team is pleased to release a new multilingual version of the Auto Update Center plugins for NetBeans 6.5 into Japanese and Simplified Chinese. The localized plugins are: UML, Maven, BlueJ Project Support, JBuilder Project Importer, JMX, JConsole, Axis2 Support, Interactive UI Gestures Collector and Developer Collaboration. You can get the localized AUC modules in two ways:
- Download and install the NetBeans IDE 6.5 ML. Go to the Help menu, select Check for Updates, and install the updated modules.
- If you already have the NetBeans IDE installed, launch the IDE, go to the Help menu, select Check for Updates, and install the updated modules. The localized plugins can also be found under Tools -> Plugins -> Updates/Available Plugins.
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