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NetBeans Quick Tip #20 - Killing Processes

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I guess this tip is known by a lot of developers but three people asked me how to do it, so killing processes seems a bit harder to discover for newbies.



Question: I started my program in NetBeans and now I want to kill it. How do I do that?



Answer: Go to Runtime tab (or press Ctrl-5 to invoke it), choose Processes, right-click on the process you want to stop and choose terminate process. Rest in pieces.



Death to all processes



I wish some things in life were as easy as killing processes in NetBeans :)


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Comments ( 4 )
  • Roger Keays Monday, January 16, 2006
    Rest in pieces?!
  • Roumen Monday, January 16, 2006
    Well, it's from some action movie where a guy shoots a monster, it explodes and then he says: "Rest in pieces." As you can see I'm in a destructive mood today. Some days are better than others.
  • max Friday, January 20, 2006
    What about Build|Stop Building ?
  • Roumen Friday, January 20, 2006
    That's another possibility, which stops the build script (rather then the process).
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