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From sun dongyang <>
Subject 答复: [java]Visual Library API not available
Date Sat, 12 May 2018 13:10:19 GMT
Yes, I am doing a module project as part of a Netbeans Platform RCP application, and trying
adding Visual Library as a dependency.
I did a brand-new install of netbeans 8.2 on my another 64bits Windows 7 box, and updated
JDK to JDK8u172, and the 'Visual Library API' entry in the "Add Module Dependency" dialog
reappeared magically.
My problem occurs on my 64bits Win10 box, JDKu101 bundled with the netbeans installation executable.
Not sure whether the difference in the JDK is the cause ? I'll try update the JDK on my Win10
box to see the result.

发件人: stephen cumminger <>
发送时间: 2018年5月12日 19:28
收件人: Geertjan Wielenga; sun dongyang
主题: RE: [java]Visual Library API not available

It works for me in a RCP project using 8.2 just by selecting the library under the platform
folder. After this, then you can add the Visual Library as a dependency for a module. Are
you doing a module project or just a Java application?



From: Geertjan Wielenga <>
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2018 4:41 AM
To: sun dongyang <>
Subject: Re: [java]Visual Library API not available

Not sure what the question means. Are you trying to add the Visual Library as a dependency
to a module that is part of a NetBeans Platform application? Or is the module separate, i.e.,
not attached to an application?


On Saturday, May 12, 2018, sun dongyang <<>>


I am using netbeans ide 8.2. when I try to add module dependency to the visual library api,
it turns out that this entry is missing from my “adding dependency” dialog.

Is this module removed from 8.x or something? because I find it is missing in netbeans ide
8.1 too.

Help me out . Thx.

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