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Version 0.6.4 - unable to view status of multiple boxes or set box as the default for a project #44

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ssnyder opened this Issue Jul 13, 2015 · 8 comments

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ssnyder commented Jul 13, 2015

I just installed NetBeans, and am trying to get the Vagrant plugin to work with my various boxes. I can run the global-status command, but it's kind of a pain not being able to associate my Vagrant box with my project so it's easier to bring it up/down, exec a command, etc.

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@ssnyder I'm not sure what you expect yet. Could you write your actual and expected results? (with screenshots, version of vagrant, e.t.c if possible)

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junichi11 commented Jul 14, 2015

@ssnyder I'm not sure what you expect yet. Could you write your actual and expected results? (with screenshots, version of vagrant, e.t.c if possible)

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ssnyder Jul 17, 2015

Sorry - I wasn't more specific. I just updated to vagrant 1.7.3 (behavior is unchanged). I have multiple vagrant boxes (they are recognized by the vagrant options (see picture)
screenshot 5

My project properties are:
screenshot 6

I don't see how I can associate a vagrant box with my project - so that is the box I resume, run commands on, etc. by default.

I thought I read that this is now available on this version of the plugin? If not, I apologize....and would be willing to try and help test this out if you can develop it!

Thanks!

ssnyder commented Jul 17, 2015

Sorry - I wasn't more specific. I just updated to vagrant 1.7.3 (behavior is unchanged). I have multiple vagrant boxes (they are recognized by the vagrant options (see picture)
screenshot 5

My project properties are:
screenshot 6

I don't see how I can associate a vagrant box with my project - so that is the box I resume, run commands on, etc. by default.

I thought I read that this is now available on this version of the plugin? If not, I apologize....and would be willing to try and help test this out if you can develop it!

Thanks!

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ssnyder Jul 17, 2015

Oh and before I forget the status bar shows Vagrant not created. So clearly there is a hidden setting somewhere that I don't have access to.

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ssnyder commented Jul 17, 2015

Oh and before I forget the status bar shows Vagrant not created. So clearly there is a hidden setting somewhere that I don't have access to.

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I guess that you want to run some commands from your context menu but the plugin doesn't recognize your project as vagrant project. Is it so?

Perhaps, your project has a vagrant file but it doesn't exist below the project root. Is this right?
If so, you have to set your vagrant file path to project properties. But unfortunately, ruby module is not supported now. Maybe, we can't add a customizer for the vagrant plugin like the C/C++ module (#40).
But I think there is a workaround like it.

Could you wait a while since I try to check that later? (I'm developing another module now. So, I can't do it soon, sorry)

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junichi11 commented Jul 18, 2015

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I guess that you want to run some commands from your context menu but the plugin doesn't recognize your project as vagrant project. Is it so?

Perhaps, your project has a vagrant file but it doesn't exist below the project root. Is this right?
If so, you have to set your vagrant file path to project properties. But unfortunately, ruby module is not supported now. Maybe, we can't add a customizer for the vagrant plugin like the C/C++ module (#40).
But I think there is a workaround like it.

Could you wait a while since I try to check that later? (I'm developing another module now. So, I can't do it soon, sorry)

Thanks.

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ssnyder Jul 27, 2015

Yes, you are correct, my vagrantfile is not below the project root. Just let me know when you have something for me to try....I can be patient!

ssnyder commented Jul 27, 2015

Yes, you are correct, my vagrantfile is not below the project root. Just let me know when you have something for me to try....I can be patient!

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I've added project type for ruby.
Could you try to test it ?
https://github.com/junichi11/netbeans-vagrant-plugin/releases/tag/v0.6.4 (0.6.4.2-dev)

nb-vagrant-issue44-ruby

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junichi11 commented Jul 28, 2015

I've added project type for ruby.
Could you try to test it ?
https://github.com/junichi11/netbeans-vagrant-plugin/releases/tag/v0.6.4 (0.6.4.2-dev)

nb-vagrant-issue44-ruby

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ssnyder Aug 3, 2015

I installed it and no change, I don't see the project options you show above...here are my screenshots
screenshot 7

Yes, I did install the new plugin....

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ssnyder commented Aug 3, 2015

I installed it and no change, I don't see the project options you show above...here are my screenshots
screenshot 7

Yes, I did install the new plugin....

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Sorry, missing Rails project.
I've fixed it : https://github.com/junichi11/netbeans-vagrant-plugin/releases/tag/v0.6.4 (0.6.4.3-dev)

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junichi11 commented Aug 3, 2015

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Sorry, missing Rails project.
I've fixed it : https://github.com/junichi11/netbeans-vagrant-plugin/releases/tag/v0.6.4 (0.6.4.3-dev)

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