Git Versioning System Support - plugin detail

Integrates Git functionality into NetBeans IDE

Plugin owner: ovrabec
Added: 2011-03-28
License: EDL v1.0, CDDL
Category: Version Control Systems
Downloaded: 14,119 times
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Download plugin   Download size: 0.64 MB   Last Update: 2011-08-03

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin

What's new in this version

Supports: work with branches, external repositories (push, pull, fetch), searching history, blame

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Integrates Git functionality into NetBeans IDE

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Plugin moved to distro

The plugin was merged and moved into the standard distribution and is delivered as part of the standard NB installation, so my answer should have been probably different: the project is alive but this page on the plugin portal is dead.
For any communication please use either nbusers mailing list or directly NB bugzilla: versioncontrol/Git component.
Posted by ovrabec on Mar 10, 2015

No updates since 2011?

Thanks for your reply ovrabec.
On this page I read that the plugin last update is 2011, is this info right? No updates for 4 years?
Posted by nulll on Mar 10, 2015

Is alive

AFAIK it is alive. List of features and RFEs planned for next release:
Posted by ovrabec on Mar 09, 2015

is alive?

Is this project still under development and alive?

If it's alive, is it possible to view the future plans?

Posted by nulll on Mar 09, 2015

Re: While waiting for 7.0.1

Features implemented in M5 and later won't be backported into 7.0. You can always try dev builds until 7.0.1 is officially released.
Posted by ovrabec on May 20, 2011

While waiting for 7.0.1

Hello, as most of useful functions in git have been developed already (view Git_plan, M4-M5), would it be possible to try this module on 7.0, even if it's still experimental? That would be great :-)
Posted by blade106 on May 19, 2011