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how to make jstl tags description appear in netbeans whille programming

 
tro vial
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Hi friends

Was unsure of where to post this.

In the end because IDE's forum is so much generalist, and this is a partucular question referring to jstl, decided to post it here

Anyway, i am using jstl core libraries ,as well as defining my own tags. all in netbeans

and i noticed that with self made tags, when <description>sumthing</description> tld tag is filled,
when writing in netbeans, after the prefix is filled, a list of all available tags appear, along with description and usage.

was hoping for that to also happen in c:core tags since the tld file in the library is also correctly filled, with <description> tag
yest, that doesnt happen and a list of available tags appear, but no description.
does this only happens to me?

2 png attachments with a visual description of the situation are also sent.

best regards
thanks all

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Please be sure to ask eclipse questions in the IDEs forum. I have moved this post there for you.
 
tro vial
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Please be sure to ask eclipse questions in the IDEs forum. I have moved this post there for you.


you didnt even read the post
it is more about jstl than netbeans (not eclipse , thnks for reading what you moving)
anyway this post is gonna die in IDE forum
ide's are way to generic
could be about javascript, c, java SE , ruby, etc etc etc, jstl is to specific, this should be in jsp

 
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I agree with Bear - you are asking a question about NetBeans functionality (why it display certain information in one case but not in another), not about JSPs. However, if you look carefully you will see that your post now appears in both the IDE and the JSP forums, so Bear did you a favor by increasing the number of people that will see your post.

And no, I don't know why you see this behavior in NetBeans.
 
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