Adding the bukkit Javadocs to Netbeans?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by Knight Hawk3, Apr 11, 2012.

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    Knight Hawk3

    How do I add the javadocs to netbeans without downloading them? Sorta like in eclipse!

    Not that hardest thing ever I hope
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    Just use eclipse :)

    *logical answer*

    You could switch to Eclipse, i believe it is the newest and most updated - I don't know how to use NetBeans so i don't be of a help :/
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    Knight Hawk3

    Yeah, But Netbeans is soo nice! Maven just works! Plus I currently have it setup to just download the latest bukkit build to build my projects. Eclipse is not nice. (My reasoning) Sadly the only way it seems to add a Javadoc for a liabry is to have a .zip of it. The problem with that is
    1. I dont have one
    2. It wont be up to date all the time
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    you ever figure this out?
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    Sagacious_Zed Bukkit Docs

    As far as i know Netbeans (its a lot less than Eclipse) you will have to generate a local copy of the javadocs as our maven repo does not have a copy of the javadocs.
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    Just add as a remote javadoc.
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