[platform-dev] Re: Maven nbm-application and dependencies for the IDE

  • From: Milos Kleint < >
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  • Subject: [platform-dev] Re: Maven nbm-application and dependencies for the IDE
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2012 09:30:40 +0200

platform, java, ide and nb clusters should give you the basic java
ide. In general try adding/removing clusters only and if you want to
exclude some functionaly do it as exclude on the cluster dependency.
adding single modules is more error prone..

Milos

On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 10:06 PM, og0815 
< >
 wrote:
> Hi everybody,
>
> I have a question regarding Plug-in development with maven.
> As far as I understand, the best and recommended way to build and test
> Plug-ins the following:
> one parent project containing all modules. (type pom)
> and as subprojects:
>  - all modules (type nbm)
>  - an a application (type nbm-application) for testing (nbjunit) and
> running.
>
> Doing this with the netbeans wizard, the cluster platform is added as
> default dependency.
> But the platform does not contain all modules of the IDE. (Java development
> e.t.c)
> Adding the cluster java results is many missing modules on run.
>
> Question: Are there clusters combining all components, making a full ide or
> selectable like Java Development, Ruby Dev etc ?
> Or is there a list of needed modules/dependencies for that.
>
> Thanx,
> Olli
>
>
>
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[platform-dev] Maven nbm-application and dependencies for the IDE

og0815 07/28/2012

[platform-dev] Re: Maven nbm-application and dependencies for the IDE

Milos Kleint 07/29/2012

[platform-dev] Re: Maven nbm-application and dependencies for the IDE

og0815 07/29/2012

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