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Useful Maven Repository Viewer In NetBeans

NetBeans comes with a useful Maven Repository Viewer: .

It also supports full text search for dependencies in all repositories. Also artifacts already installed in your local repository can be easily browsed. To open the view go to: Window -> Other -> Maven Repository Browser.

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Hmm, breaking news are something else ;-) But yes, the repo viewer is nice. And it doesn't crash anymore for very long artifact lists :-))

Posted by Marcus K. on November 27, 2010 at 06:28 PM CET #


especially useful is the local repository browsing.

I use the auto-completion (ctrl + space) inside pom.xml instead of the text search in the browser.

If there are no news, than a repository browser becomes a breaking news :-)



Posted by on November 27, 2010 at 10:59 PM CET #

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