nbgit - plugin detail
Integrates the Git version control system into NetBeans IDE using the JGit library.
||GNU General Public License (GPL) v2 with Class-Path exception
||Version Control Systems
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Download size: 0.99 MB
Last Update: 2009-09-01
What's new in this version
- Initial support for cloning; Only git:// protocol is supported for now. (issue 48)
- Graph visualization of repository history. (issue 1)
- Check email addresses entered though the properties UI. (issue 4)
- Track changes to and refresh internally cached .gitignore files. (issue 3)
- Gracefully handle repositories containing submodules. (issue 23, issue 33, issue 34)
- Fix revert when using folder/project selection. (issue 51)
Verifications for NetBeans versions
Decisions of individual verifiers for nbgit plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.7
This module adds support for working with the Git version control system. It is based on the NetBeans Mercurial module and uses the JGit library to interact with Git repositories. Because the module is Java code all the way, it works cross-platform modulo platform specific differences, such as file system behavior.
Note: This module is still experimental and may randomly crash, eat all your memory, or otherwise mess up your NetBeans IDE.
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Working pretty well with it
Posted by dvdrtrgn on Jul 28, 2010
Is this addon works with 6.8
Please tell this information - is one of most useful plugin for me
Posted by grey2k on Apr 26, 2010
Re: Couldn't install on Netbeans 6.7.1
Try the updated version (nbgit-0.2). Else be sure to check for the newest versions at:http://code.google.com/p/nbgit/downloads/list
Posted by fonseca on Aug 24, 2009
Couldn't install on Netbeans 6.7.1
Hi, IIRC the plugin worked fine with Netbeans 6.5. But now, when trying to install it on Netbeans 6.7.1, i get the following error: Warning - could not install some modules: nbgit - The module named org.netbeans.modules.editor.deprecated.pre61completion/0 was needed and not found.
It would be great if the plugin could be adapted to use it with 6.7.1, too!
Posted by flschmitt on Aug 24, 2009