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By markee174
Published: Feb 27 2013 / 19:22

Discover more about how NetBeans works internally and how to removed plugins the hard way if you need to.
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Jonathan Lermitage replied ago:

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Hi, delete plugins like that is a bad idea (it is very hazardous). Two ways to deal with these plugins : #1 : customize the NetBeans User and Cache directories by modifying the "netbeans_default_userdir" and "netbeans_default_cachedir" keys in the "etc/netbeans.conf" file. It's a good way to centralize your user preferences data and make some backups. #2 : install the plugin called "Module manager". It will list all installed plugins and provide a way to enable, disable and uninstall what you want.

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markee174 replied ago:

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Jonathan, Thanks for the feedback. I agree on not wanting to delete the modules directly and will use Module manager for 'invisible' plugins.

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