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From "Johnny Kewl" <>
Subject Re: Developing Tomcat in NB
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2007 10:17:11 GMT
Excellent... thank you.
Just wanted to ask you if you think its at all possible to do this in 
Netbeans 5.5
It seems to me that NB 6 has the ability to pick up on the ant scripts as 
part of the project menu's, and thats what you doing, but I was wondering if 
your ant scripts can be incorporated into NB5.5 in some other way?

I've done a very manual port and a restructuring of Tomcat6 on netbeans 5.5.
In other words, I literally moved the code by hand, and rebuilt the 
dependency files the way I wanted it. I moved Tomcat to a semi embedded, but 
still server environment, for want of a better description and would like to add some ant script that moves 
as easily as yours does, from Tomcat src, to the desired structure, but 
still keep it at NB5.5

Thanks... very very nice... will grab NB6 as soon as its officially 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Daria" <Daria.Titova@Sun.COM>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 4:24 PM
Subject: Developing Tomcat in NB

> Dear Tomcat developers,
> I would like to let you now that we have recently ported Tomcat 6.0.13
> environment into NetBeans IDE.
> You may wish to check it out:
> If you are new to NB please go to for all information,
> tutorials and fun stuff.
> Now you can completely build, debug, profile Tomcat inside NB IDE and have
> access to all nifty features NB IDE provides to make developer's more
> productive and happy.
> You productivity may get a serious boost and you will learn a new stuff as
> well :-)
> I would greatly appreciate any feedback you may have about my project and
> any ideas on how to make it more useful for Tomcat community.
> Daria Titova
> NB Engineer.
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