NetBeans 6, Maven & Grizzly

Many of my readers know that I am involved with Project Grizzly and there are some new developments at Project Grizzly that are likely of interest to NetBeans users and users of Maven in their projects.  To coincide with the release of Grizzly 1.7.0, which is full of many new capabilities, we also got a very good tutorial contribution from Miro Nachev which shows how easy it is to use NetBeans IDE 6 along with the Maven plug-in to download the Grizzly source files from the Subversion repository, build and test the Grizzly project. Miro's contribution can be viewed here.  Miro is also interested in using Grizzly to build an RTP stack. That is also exciting news! Ooh, and I almost forgot ... Miro got one of those highly sought after Grizzly t-shirts too. :-)

Having been a fan of NetBeans decision to have integrated Ant as part of its project system, seeing Maven integrated and work in a similar manner is just plain great.  Btw, Maven integration into NetBeans probably wouldn't be nearly as good as it is without the tireless work of Milos Kleint.


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[Trackback] Project Grizzly 1.7.0 is out, and this is our biggest release ever in term new features, new Grizzlies fans, code contributions, adoption etc. Nice gift for Christmas!

Posted by Jean-Francois Arcand's Blog on December 19, 2007 at 07:52 AM CST #

It's very good!

Posted by David Perkin on December 24, 2007 at 01:10 PM CST #

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