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Is this available in the U.S. yet? My packt account is not showing it available for download.
The site's URL and text both reference 6.8, but the cover is for 6.9. They should probably fix that...
But... my order still shows as per-order. NOOO!!!
Guess I'll have to contact packt. :)
Thanks for the information but unfortunately Packt mess up my pre-order and I'm still fighting for my copy.
OK, will pass these messages on to Packt. Just please be patient, will be fixed soon.
My pre-order just went through. Busy downloading the e-book.
Congrats to all involved in getting this out the door!
Hi all. From Packt I hear that all the eBooks should now be available for download. Thanks for your patience.
Did you exchange your Ubuntu notebook for a Macbook?
No... :-) That was a screenshot taken on my girlfriend's computer.
The book is well layed out, easy to follow and overall an excellent read. Thanks to all involved on the translation team and to Jurgen for writing it! However, I seem to be having a problem with the examples:
Most of the examples advocate creating an "api subpackage" (ex. com.netbeansrcp.taskmodel.api) for interfaces and creating the implementation classes in the package above the api package (ex. com.netbeansrcp.taskmodel).
Then the .api package is exposed as the "public interface" for the module. However, other modules that need to use the concrete classes (like the TaskEditor module -- specifically the TaskEditorPanel needs to instantiate a TaskImpl object) don't seem to be able to unless the implementation package (ex. com.netbeansrcp.taskmodel) is exposed as well. Am I missing something?
You're absolutely right, Eric. I will make an erratum about that, to be published in the coming weeks. Also apologies for the appendices and code not beign available yet, watch this space, coming soon. Thanks a lot for your nice comments about the book.
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