Re: F11: Netbeans 6.5.1 for Fedora fails to install...

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On Wed, 09 Sep 2009 07:35:31 -0700
"Daniel B. Thurman" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Seems exactly like your list, only of word boundaries
> (32) and of a different listing order?
> Did F11 Netbeans 6.5.1 install completely for you using
> the standard updates w/o updates-testing repository?

I run updates-testing all the time, so I can't really answer that
question.  However, I never had any problem with netbeans failing to
install.  I can't find any indication that 6.5.1 is in the Fedora repos
or ever was.  F11 has had 6.5.3 since official release (I still have
the original repo I installed from).

> Clearly, it is complaining of dependencies that it cannot
> locate, the libraries specifically, but only for some plugin
> items.
> I posted the list of problems reported by the plugin
> installer - basically that there were problems connecting
> to a site, problems locating a specific library dependency
> that is not available and then some more.

Were you actually trying to do what you mention below, install netbeans
6.5.1 from the web, and thinking it was from a Fedora repo?  I can't
imagine a Fedora package looking for downloads from the web in order to
install;  they are usually self contained.

> [Shifting to a different topic]
> Here is another potential issue...  what about Fedora's
> Netbeans being dependent of $HOME/.netbeans as the
> place to store plugins and other installations - what
> happens if one decides to download and install Netbeans
> from Netbeans & not use Fedorized version?
> Would there be a conflict, i.e. mixing of projects & components
> into this singular location?  Is there a workspace-switcher for
> Netbeans so as to keep separation between different versions
> of NB & its workspaces?

I assume there would be a conflict, though I don't really know.  I don't
know if there is a workspace switcher.

If you are installing from source, perhaps you can set that the way
various things can be set in ./configure, but again, I don't know.

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