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NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide: Developing Desktop, Web, Enterprise, and Mobile Applications, Second Edition by Geertjan Wielenga, Gregg Sporar, Martin Ryzl, Jiri Prazak, John Jullion-Ceccarelli, Christopher Webster, Charlie Hunt, Gregory Crawley, Ludovic Champenois, Patrick Keegan

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Appendix B. Importing a JBuilder Project into NetBeans IDE

IF YOU HAVE PROJECTS that you have been developing with JBuilder 2005, you can easily migrate those projects to NetBeans IDE 5.0. The JBuilder Project Importer automates the importing of JBuilder projects by processing JBuilder project metadata and mapping it directly to new NetBeans IDE projects including projects with dependencies. For NetBeans IDE 5.0, this module works for JBuilder 2005 and is available as a NetBeans plug-in module that can be found on the NetBeans Update Center.

Getting the JBuilder Project Importer

The JBuilder Project Importer is an optional module ...

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