Netbeans-D - plugin detail

D support for NetBeans

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Plugin owner: Syntaxial
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Added: 2012-02-17
License: MIT
Category: Programming Languages
Downloaded: 855 times
Rating:
 4.41, by 3 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2012-02-17

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

Ability to recognize D files, providing a (temporary) icon. No lexing is available yet, though. Ability to create new D classes

Verifications for NetBeans versions

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Introduction

This plugin provides support for the D programming language in Netbeans 7.1 and above Please note that this Netbeans-D is in an extremely stage of development, and therefore is missing a large number of features. These will be added as development continues

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User Comments

  

RE: Plugin not working on plugin re-activation

Thanks, Carlos. I'll put that into the internal bug tracker.

I'm having some trouble with lexing at the moment, but am hoping to have it working soon.

~Cruz
Posted by Syntaxial on Feb 28, 2012
  

Plugin not working on plugin re-activation

Hi Syntaxial,

Everything works fine, except when you re-activate the plugin. If you go to your D class file it will not be associated to the D language file type nor the icon will appear on it. you need to restart the IDE to get it working again.

To recreate:
1. Install the plugin - ide restart
2. create a D class file
3. deactivate the plugin
4. activate the plugin
5. D class file is of unknown type - no D icon.
6. restart IDE

It works again.

We have seen this same issue with other plugins before. Activation of a plugin does not make the IDE to restart, so the plugin does not get loaded.

Just so you be aware.

Carlos
Posted by carlosqt on Feb 26, 2012
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