Display readme files in project view - plugin detail

Adds files named like README, docker, changelog to the project view.

NetBeans Plugin - Display readme files in project view
Plugin owner: markiewb
Website: https://github.com/markiewb/readmeinprojectview
Added: 2013-08-18
License: Apache 2.0
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 2,087 times
Rating:
 4.25, by 2 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2017-06-10

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


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Updates in 1.3.0:



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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2017-06-10

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

Updates in 1.3.0:



Verifications for NetBeans versions

8.1 verification PASSED See verification details


Introduction

This is pretty useful for projects which are hosted at github.com or other git repository hosters. Such projects use README.md by default. Note: Projects have to be reopened to enable the plugin (or do a IDE-restart)

Updates in 1.3.0:

Updates in 1.2.0:

  • [Issue 5]: Fixed: Removed hardcoded paths in pom.xml

Updates in 1.1.0:

  • [Issue 3]: Support for PHP project types and extension-less README files

Apache 2.0 license. Compatible to >=NetBeans 7.2

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User Comments

  

RE: Why do I need a plugin for this...

It's a pity that I actually have to google for this "problem" and then install a plugin to show my READMEs but nevertheless, thank you, the plugin works fine! ;-)...

-> use the file view to see all the files, the project view shows you only important files
Posted by markiewb on Nov 04, 2013
  

Why do I need a plugin for this...

It's a pity that I actually have to google for this "problem" and then install a plugin to show my READMEs but nevertheless, thank you, the plugin works fine! ;-)
Posted by lathspell on Nov 04, 2013
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