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From Jürgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] NetBeans plugin -> grant of source code
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2011 11:08:49 GMT
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 12:57 PM, Carl Marcum <> wrote:

> On 08/31/2011 06:08 AM, Jürgen Schmidt wrote:
>> for people who don't know yet what this plugin is and for what it can be
>> used see**wiki/OpenOffice_NetBeans_**
>> Integration<>
>> It is very useful for extension and simplifies the development a lot. It
>> really can help to increase the eco system around the office suite.
>> Something similar is available for Eclipse but with a smaller feature set
>> as
>> far as i know. I don't know how useful it is today i have only used the
>> NetBeans plugin.
>> Juergen
>> 2011/8/31 Jürgen Schmidt<jogischmidt@**<>
>> >
>>  Hi,
>>> i stumbled over the NetBeans plugin on my disk and asked
>>> myself if it is included in the source grant from Oracle. I have a copy
>>> on
>>> my disk but i am not sure if it is the most recent one and the problem is
>>> that i can't check it.,**
>>> organd
>>> seems to be not available :-(
>>> Does anybody know if is part of the grant. If i remember it correct it
>>> was
>>> initially checked in under the api project because it started as a
>>> standalone GSOC project and we kept it outside of the normal build
>>> process
>>> because it was developed and built with NetBeans. But i think i have
>>> moved
>>> it somewhere in  the hg repository or at least it was the plan.
>>> The best thing is to ask Andrew if it is already part of the grant or if
>>> not if it is possible to include it.
>>> Juergen
> I do use the plugin for extension projects.
> I have a download of the plugin I was able to find after some searching of
> 2.0.7.alpha for NB 6.9 back in March.
> i think the latest unofficial release that we made is a 2.0.8 and should be
available in the file section of the API project when the site is back. But
i am talking more about the code to create the plugin. If possible we should
provide it in the future as well and ideally something comparable for
Eclispe as well.


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