[nbusers] Re: editing generated code

  • From: Chuck Davis < >
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  • Subject: [nbusers] Re: editing generated code
  • Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 11:12:57 -0700

DO NOT MODIFY THE GENERATED CODE!!!!!!!!  DON'T GO THERE.  DON'T EVEN
THINK ABOUT IT!!!!

What do you want to do?  If you go to the "code" page of the
properties you can find there a list of modifications that can be made
to the generated code for the selected Component (which will be
generated after you put it in).  You'll find such things as custom
creation, pre and post creation/initialization, etc.  I don't think
you will find anything you need to do that you cannot do with these
facilities.  And the IDE will babysit all the code for you!

You can use GroupLayout if you're a pure-bred, practicing masochist!
But GroupLayout is designed for use by IDEs.  To modify your layout
just use the other containers provided (i.e. panel, split pane, tabbed
pane, scroll pane, etc.) together with the other layouts
(BorderLayout, Null, Box, Flow, etc).


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[nbusers] Re: editing generated code

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[nbusers] Re: editing generated code

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