Netbeans-D - plugin detail

D support for NetBeans

Plugin owner: Syntaxial
Added: 2012-02-17
License: MIT
Category: Programming Languages
Downloaded: 1,171 times
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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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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.

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.

Posted by carlosqt on Feb 26, 2012
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