I am new to jME, downloaded it for the first time yesterday and just registered on this forum with intention of starting a post regarding an issue I was having with NetBeans while following the tutorial.
I was just wondering what your are referring to? Is Oracle dropping support for NetBeans now? I was unable to find anything which may bring clarity to your post.
The official idea is something called spix. It’s design from what I can see in code (there is no documentation - it’s purely an idea and “lets take a look” code right now) is creating a universal API and to code off the back of that, and then bridge it to the IDE using a single plugin or something.
I’m all for that tbh. It makes IDE’s a nonsense and just requires spix integration, which should be a minimal plugin. One ring to rule them all, if you will.
because we want to have an editor with auto-completion, supporting different build systems(gradle/maven) and other IDE’s things. I think that integration jMB with IntelliJ IDEA is better option I improve 3d editor’s things in jMB and you have great IDE’s things in IntelliJ IDEA and we have a plugin in IDEA which integrates jMB in the result.
so I implement many things in jMB which has small remote API to integrate it with different IDEs, it requires lesser work to do it than in the case with spix. You can create a small plugin for netbeans/eclipse to integrate jMB with the IDE
I work on plugin API of jMB to make it easier as possible. I implemented 5 plugins for jMB to show how it can be done I know that for example, @haze created a plugin for jMB for himself to integrate his own library with jMB and I have good feedback about this from him.