Friday, April 11, 2014

NetBeans NetCAT 8.0

I think that some people thought I was harsh in my entry on NetBeans vs. IntellJ IDEA. As I wrote I actually did a lot work in getting to know the IDEs, especially NetBeans where I joined the NetCAT.

Yesterday I got a mail from NetBeans notifying me that some of the bugs I filed were indeed solved in the 8.0 final release. I especially like that 241120 was fixed as it was quite annoying in refactoring. Good job.

Dear NetBeans User,
In the past you have taken the time to report issues that you encountered while using NetBeans software. A new version (NetBeans 8.0) has just been released,and we'd like to inform you that the following issue(s) you reported have been addressed in the new release:
239915Unpacking index is extremely slow
240039Double "Unit tests" folders in New file dialog
240189[regression] broken "Go To Source" in Find Usages tab
240639NullPointerException at org.netbeans.modules.web.jsf.editor.actions.NamespaceProcessor.computeImportData
240696NullPointerException at org.netbeans.modules.web.debug.EngineContextProviderImpl.getDefaultContext
240699XML gets formatted as HTML in Variables view
241120Too many return values.
Please visit the website to download NetBeans 8.0 and to learn more about the new release.
We appreciate your contribution to our efforts to make NetBeans software and features better for all users. And as always, we look forward to your feedback on how we can continue to improve NetBeans.Thank you.
The NetBeans Team

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