Local History and Netbeans 6

I just tried the current daily build of Netbeans m6. NB comes with new icon-set which looks nice.
In the versioning-menu as well as in the context-menu, you will find a new item "Local History". Local History allows you to see changes made to an item, without
having a repository (CVS or SVN). It is also possible to revert the changes to a certain version. I also noticed a small performance gain, comparing it to the official m6, but i cannot quantify this.
I also like local history in eclipse :-) - so it is also in NetBeans-World highly appreciated.


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Only seven years after IntelliJ IDEA?

Posted by Dave on February 19, 2007 at 03:08 PM CET #

...and perhaps fifty years after emacs:-)
However I like the choice between eclipse, netbeans and other commercial IDEs

Posted by Adam Bien on February 19, 2007 at 07:01 PM CET #

Not to forget: the Local History module available from the Community (in my eyes the better choice):
http://jroller.com/page/ramlog?entry=netbeans_enhanced_local_history_module

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Posted by Tom on February 20, 2007 at 07:16 PM CET #

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