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Add netbeans to the list #6763

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ferrybig commented Apr 5, 2019

According to the documentation, you can specify a line number using file:number syntax:


According to the instructions at I need to list my editor at this list detect it, no further testing instructions have been provided

EDIT: At the moment, the Netbeans editor works when placing a shortcut inside /usr/local/bin to Netbeans, and then starting the devserver using REACT_EDITOR=netbeans npm run serve, but I cant find any documentation on how to make a test version of this package so I can actually test the integration

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According to the documentation, you can specify a line number using file:number syntax:

> `netbeans`

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bugzpodder commented Apr 7, 2019

@ferrybig you can just edit this file in your node_modules folder and test it this way. Just make sure you find the right one:
either <project_dir>/node_modules/react-scripts/node_modules/react-dev-utils/launch_editor.js or


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ferrybig commented Apr 9, 2019

@bugzpodder I was able to fully test my change, and it worked. When clicking the error message in react, netbeans 11 opened the file on the line specified

Example of this working on Netbeans 11 on Ubuntu:

Screenshot from 2019-04-09 15-22-20

Note that I find this change to the project a trivial change, its just copy and pasting some line after basically following some instructions. And thus no copyright can fall on the change itself, and thus no copyright have to be exchanged

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