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Python support for NetBeans IDE 8.1

NetBeans Plugin - Python
Plugin owner: mr_lou_d
Website: http://nbPython.org
Added: 2015-11-24
License: CDDL or GPL w/Classpath Exception
Category: Programming Languages
Downloaded: 79,161 times
Rating:
 4.55, by 2 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 38.09 MB   Last Update: 2015-11-24

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

(Internal version 151118 )
- Greatly improved stability. Over 200 Bugzilla tickets resolved since December 2014.
- Rudimentary support for Web projects: html, js, css files within a Python project.
- Setuptools project type added (Linux, Solaris and Mac only).
- Improved handling of UTF-8 and other character sets.
- Includes bundled Jython 2.7 (Courtesy of Jython.org ).
- Some debugger bugs fixed; Replacement debugger planned.

Improved support planned for ALL of the above from the nbPython.org volunteers!

Verifications for NetBeans versions

8.1 verification PASSED See verification details


Introduction

Python support for NetBeans IDE 8.1
Brought to you by the volunteers at http://nbPython.org
This is the new team's first release. We have more good things planned for the future!
For questions and comments, please log on to http://forums.nbPython.org
Note: This release is self-signed...

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User Comments

  

why no 8.2 version?

why no 8.2 version?
Posted by mcheung63 on May 02, 2017
  

work for nb8.2 great

wiii yeah
Posted by romerguerratello on Mar 17, 2017
  

Funciona en NB 8.2

Wiiiiiiiii
Posted by rafexon on Nov 23, 2016
  

Plataforma

o netbeans, não carrega as plataformas disponíveis não permitindo que eu crie o projeto.
Como adiciono a plataforma no netbeans?
Posted by fernandasousa on Oct 17, 2016
  

Importing pydev project for nbPython/Netbeans

It's possible import complete project from eclipse pydev for nbPython/Netbeans?!
Not possible at nmoment here.

Thanks,
Posted by jose_silva on Aug 23, 2016
  

Refactoring

Just tried the plugin in 8.1 .... refactoring does not work (when renamig some variable, a message pps up, saying "No patterns found"). Find usages does not work, too. :-(
Posted by c01d on Dec 04, 2015
  

re: pointing to wrong path when running jython project

Dear Carlos Q,

Thank you for testing the Python plugin for NetBeans IDE 8.1.

What you experienced is a Jython error. Jython (2.7) can't find java.exe in the path specified by your JAVA_HOME environment variable.
See Bug#256674 at https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=256674

To remedy this problem, update your JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to the directory which contains the dir \bin with java.exe in it.
Otherwise, you will get this error from Jython (which is not something the nbPython team can "fix").

Let me know how this works out for you, and thanks,
Lou Dasaro
Posted by mr_lou_d on Nov 25, 2015
  

pointing to wrong path when running jython project


Hi there,

I was verifying your plugin, but I stop when I got the following issue:

I just installed your plgin, I created a new python project (ant because I'm on Windows) and I get the following error running the hello world example.


Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 444, in
File "", line 435, in main
File "Z:\jythondev\jython27\src\shell\build\jython\out00-PYZ.pyz\subprocess", line 522, in call
File "Z:\jythondev\jython27\src\shell\build\jython\out00-PYZ.pyz\subprocess", line 710, in __init__
File "Z:\jythondev\jython27\src\shell\build\jython\out00-PYZ.pyz\subprocess", line 958, in _execute_child
WindowsError: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified


I'm on Windows 10 and running the code above on NetBeans 8.1 on JVM 8u65 64bit. I think there may be something pointing to your development environment (drive Z:\jythondev\)

Can you correct that?

Carlos Q

Posted by carlosqt on Nov 25, 2015
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