[nbusers] Re: Import non-standard project from eclipse to netbeans
- From: Edson Richter <
- Subject: [nbusers] Re: Import non-standard project from eclipse to netbeans
- Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 18:56:35 -0200
- Organization: Simkorp Informática Ltda
Em 25/11/2012 16:27, Benno Markiewicz
If these dependencies are defined in the
eclipse-owned .classpath file then it can be imported into NB.
Good to know, I have similar problems importing Eclipse projects.
Offtopic: Or switch to some "standard" like maven.
Maven is supported by all major IDE and the support is mature.
Am 25.11.2012 18:13 schrieb "pingu69"
I'm trying to evaluate whether to convert our team from using
eclipse to netbeans 7.3. To do this I attempting to get a
fully working version of our app up and running in netbeans
but have hit a bit of a problem. Our current eclipse
environment for our application is made up of a number of
projects two of which are not really projects in their own
right as one is simply a project containing a number of 3rd
party library jar files that are referenced in the build path
of the other projects. The second project is a group of
configuration files. The question I have is that netbeans does
not appear to allow these to be imported as individual
projects as it says they are invalid projects. Is it possible
to import these as projects or do I have t find another
solution to my problem?
Hope this makes sense.
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