Maven Runner - plugin detail

Run maven goals by clicking the goal name on the window.

NetBeans Plugin - Maven Runner
Plugin owner: mcheung63
Website: http://peter.kingofcoders.com/?p=1873
Added: 2015-09-16
License: GPL
Category: Building
Downloaded: 1,748 times
Rating:
 4.32, by 2 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 1.81 MB   Last Update: 2017-04-15

What's new in this version

Fixed mouse position error.

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Download plugin   Download size: 1.80 MB   Last Update: 2016-08-14

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What's new in this version

Fixing https://github.com/mcheung63/MavenRunner/issues/13#issuecomment-231101647

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Download plugin   Download size: 1.80 MB   Last Update: 2015-10-24

What's new in this version

Fixed color for nimbus L&F

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Introduction

Eclipse has a great plugin call “Eclipse runner” https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/eclipse-runner , i found out netbeans doesn’t have any similar one. So i develop one for netbeans. You can add maven goals under the tree node of any project. Traditionally, netbeans user can right click project -> click "custom" to select the maven goal to run, but it is too time consuming and eyes tried if you do this 100 times per day.

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User Comments

  

Some feedback

1. I've assigned a hotkey for opening this window, it opens great, I can navigate with cursor keys through the goals, but when I hit enter key nothing happens. Please add enter key listener to execute goals without using mouse.

2. I have set that it doesn't show me empty projects and project goals, but every time I restart netbeans the options reset to default state. This is a bit annoying
Posted by JTumano on Feb 02, 2017
  

Great

Thanks!

It is just a thing that I very wanted
Posted by JTumano on Jan 28, 2017
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