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       NetBeans - Java IDE


       netbeans [ options ] [ files ]


          Command-line options.

          Files to be opened in NetBeans IDE.


       NetBeans  is  a  cross-platform  IDE written in Java. It supports development in Java, and
       support for other languages can be added. The whole IDE is built around a  core  framework
       with APIs, and features are implemented in the form of plugin modules. This clean, modular
       architecture makes NetBeans a good platform for  building  development  tools  and  custom


       General options:

          List available command line options

       --jdkhome <path>
          Path to JDK home used to run IDE

          Pass <jvm_option> to JVM

       --cp:p <classpath>
          Prepend <classpath> to classpath

       --cp:a <classpath>
          Append <classpath> to classpath

       Core options:

         --laf <LaF classname>
          Use given LookAndFeel class instead of the default

         --fontsize <size>
          Set the base font size of the user interface, in points

         --locale <language[:country[:variant]]>
          Use specified locale

         --userdir <path>
          Use specified directory to store user settings

       Module reload options:

         --reload /path/to/module.jar
          Installs or reinstalls a module JAR file.

       OpenFile module options:

         --open FILE
          Open FILE.

         --open FILE:LINE
          Open FILE at line LINE (starting from 1).


       NetBeans was written by the NetBeans Community <>.

       This  manual page was written by Marek Slama <>, for the Debian project
       (but may be used by others).

                                        January  18, 2008                             NETBEANS(1)