Why don't previously opened editors return when I re-open my project?

If you edit a file within some type of project offered by the NetBeans IDE, such as a Java project, you will find that closing and then re-opening the project will restore the editor windows that previously had been open. However, if this sequence does not hold true for a custom project type you've implemented, you should verify that your project's Lookup contains an AuxiliaryConfiguration instance.

The org.netbeans.spi.project.AuxiliaryConfiguration interface defines just a few methods, but you might look at Mevenide M2AuxilaryConfigImpl for an idea of how you could implement it.

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