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copy netbeans project fiel

 
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Got a simple question regarding net beans. Previously i used intellij idea to copy project folder from one machie to another and double click on the project file to open the project. but in netbeans i cant c any project file. its a bunch of xml files which gets stored under my home folder. How can i copy the entire project folder contents from my office machine to personel machine and open it by double clicking on project file.

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Rashid

I suggest to send this post to nbj2ee.com

is all about netbeans 5.5

or netbeans.org

 
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Netbeans is an Ant-based IDE.

You cant do exactly like what you did with IntelliJ.

But a workaround:
Right click on the project pane >> Copy or move project >> then you can define the new location. It will be automatically configured and opened.

To copy into another machine, try this: Just copy the project folder and then File >> Open Project then choose the project folder
[ December 20, 2006: Message edited by: Sanjaya Sugiarto ]
 
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