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* All Editing features work
* All Editing features work
* All other features unrelated to Java language like SCM work.
* All other features unrelated to Java language like SCM work.
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Add JDK9 to NetBeans Java Platforms, you will see something like this
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[[image:JDK9_build_Java_Platforms.png‎]]
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If you attempt to add JDK9 into latest NetBeans Dev build then NetBeans IDE does not recognize it correctly, like picture below
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[[image:DevBuild_Java_Platforms.png‎]]
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Working with Java sources in project targeting JDK9 is seemless, all features work, e.g. Code completion:
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[[image:JDK9_Build_CC.jpeg]]
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This is different from working with JDK9 project in Dev build editor, Java classes are not recognized...
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[[image:DevBuild_NoSuggestion.png‎]]
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NetBeans JDK9 branch build supports fully JDK 9 as Java Platform and all Java features works, Java sources are parsed,...
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[[image:JDK9_Build_editor_Window.png]]
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Which is not the case of NetBeans Dev build
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[[image:DevBuild_EditorWindow.png]]
===Javac used===
===Javac used===

Revision as of 19:17, 22 June 2015

Contents

NetBeans JDK9 Branch Development Build Readme

This development build of NetBeans IDE from jdk9 branch is a prototype work prepared to support JDK9 namely its modular system (project jigsaw). It is intended for early adopters of Java 9. NetBeans JDK9 build is distributed just as Java SE NetBeans distribution and JDK9 Early access build is recognized as Java Platform by NetBeans. NetBeans IDE itself does not run on JDK 9 builds yet. The focus of this development build of the NetBeans IDE from jdk9 branch is to let you use JDK 9 in your own applications, not to run NetBeans IDE itself.

Requirements

NetBeans JDK9 branch build runs on top of Java SE 8, you can download latest update of Java SE 8 here. JDK 7 and older is not supported by this build of NetBeans.

Download latest JDK 9 Early access build from JDK 9 project snapshots page. Then add it in as Java Platform in NetBeans JDK9 build in Tools | Java Platforms | Add Platform. Later it can be selected in NetBeans Project Properties dialog > Libraries | Java Platform.


NetBeans JDK9 branch build Downloads

Download NetBeans JDK9 branch build

What works

NetBeans JDK9 build supports:

  • Java SE projects
  • JavaFX projects
  • NetBeans Ant project
  • Maven projects
  • Debugging
  • Profiling of JDK9 VM from NetBeans JDK9 build
  • All Editing features work
  • All other features unrelated to Java language like SCM work.

Add JDK9 to NetBeans Java Platforms, you will see something like this image:JDK9_build_Java_Platforms.png‎

If you attempt to add JDK9 into latest NetBeans Dev build then NetBeans IDE does not recognize it correctly, like picture below image:DevBuild_Java_Platforms.png‎

Working with Java sources in project targeting JDK9 is seemless, all features work, e.g. Code completion: image:JDK9_Build_CC.jpeg

This is different from working with JDK9 project in Dev build editor, Java classes are not recognized... image:DevBuild_NoSuggestion.png‎

NetBeans JDK9 branch build supports fully JDK 9 as Java Platform and all Java features works, Java sources are parsed,... image:JDK9_Build_editor_Window.png

Which is not the case of NetBeans Dev build image:DevBuild_EditorWindow.png

Javac used

NetBeans JDK9 build uses JDK 9 Javac. In current builds of javac there are no limitations except it compiles only java sources with -source option 1.6 and higher. Source level 1.5 and older is not supported by JDK9 javac.

JDK Project for NetBeans

NetBeans JDK9 build features also JDK Project for NetBeans plugin on its Plugin portal. This plugin is provided for Java 9 development to simplify JDK project setup in NetBeans JDK9 build.

Bug reporting

NetBeans JDK9 branch build is in very early stage of development and JDK9 is also before its Feature complete. Therefore it is possible to encounter instabilities, some features might not be working when JDK9 is used as Java Platform for you projects. Please provide us feedback on the build either using Bugzilla reports use JDK_9 keyword to mark bugs found when using JDK9 build. Or you can email us on nbusers mailing list, put [JDK9] into Subject of your email.

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