Maven Hierarchical View - plugin detail

Nested views of Maven projects. Expand nodes to get further into the nest.

NetBeans Plugin - Maven Hierarchical View
Plugin owner: geertjan
Website: blogs.oracle.com/geertjan
Added: 2012-11-03
License: CDDL
Category: Building
Downloaded: 1,317 times
Rating:
 4.32, by 3 users

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Expand Maven modules that are part of other Maven modules.

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Select in Projects not integrated

This is a long awaited feature. Thanks for implementing it.
A suggestion for improvement follows.

having the following maven project hierarchy:
Parent
Child1
Child2

Open a file from Child 2, say File21
While in the editor having File21 open right click on the file tab and select 'Select in Projects' or use the shortcut Ctrl-Shift-1

Expected:
The file is selected in the hierarchical view accordingly, as it is available for that purpose

Actual result:
A Confirm Open Project window is displayed, asking that the project be opened outside the hierarchical view.

It seems the Select in Projects functionality only works with the flatbed projects.

Thank you
Posted by ionuion on Dec 26, 2013
  

It can be turned on/off...

...by enabling/disabling the module in the same place where you installed it, so that's easy.
Posted by geertjan on Dec 18, 2013
  

Nice, but

Nice discovery. My only regret is that it removes (hides) intermediate Maven project hierarchies and that it cannot be turned on/off from the context menu of the project explorer.

I also think is not necessary to get access to project that are among the dependencies of a project. At least this should be configurable via Options.
Posted by jmborer on Dec 18, 2013
  

Many thanks

Thanks a lot! :)
Posted by -Silver- on Dec 18, 2013
  

7.4 version of this plugin is now available.

Spread the news!
Posted by geertjan on Dec 18, 2013
  

I would like to have it also in NB 7.4

I feel very much the lack of this plugin for netbeans 7.4 :(
I think it should be added directly in the netbeans default distribution with an option to choose which kind of view the user prefers.
Posted by -Silver- on Oct 16, 2013
  

Works on 7.3.1

Works perfectly in Netbeans 7.3.1. Thanks a lot, been waiting for this function a long time! Now the only thing I'm still missing is a window with selectable maven targets...
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Posted by katherine250 on Apr 15, 2013
  

I've never said it works for 7.3.

I've never said it works for 7.3. Not tried it there myself and I didn't develop it for 7.3.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 05, 2013
  

Does not work on 7.3

This plugin does not work on 7.3.

My first project gets children projects from other maven projects.

NetBeans IDE 7.3 (Build 201302132200)

Also for maven projects which have sub-projects in sub-projects, the hierarchy is lost. All projects no matter the level are all added to the first level.

Example

Animal
   |- Cat
      |- Maine Coon
      |- Siamese
   |- Horse
      |- Mustang
      |- Peruvian

Would appear as

Animal
   |- Maine Coon
   |- Siamese
   |- Mustang
   |- Peruvian

As popular as maven is I am surprised and disappointed this functionality is not built into NetBeans.
Posted by bugmenot1 on Apr 05, 2013
  

Works on NetBeans 7.3

I've tried this on NetBeans IDE 7.3 (Build 201302132200) and it works perfectly.

It would be great if this plugin was part of the IDE by default and you could toggle it on and off by right-clicking the Project View.
Posted by desmond_kirrane on Mar 11, 2013
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