Re: Adding Javadoc to Netbeans 6.1

Lew <>
Tue, 29 Jul 2008 10:59:05 -0700 (PDT)
zerg wrote:

Meanwhile, I notice NetBeans trying to phone home as indicated by my
firewall. Haven't been letting it, so far. Are there any known issues
(privacy, for instance) related to enabling it to use the internet? I

No privacy issues with NetBeans. It's just looking for updates.

wouldn't necessarily want someone in effect looking over my shoulder
while I code, depending on what I'm doing at the time and how
proprietary it is. :-)

Oh, yeah, like NB is going to lift your precious code snippets. Uh-

I also have things on my computer I might not like certain agencies
whose acronyms end with "AA" knowing about. :-)

Your best protection would be to start going to those A.A. meetings on
a regular basis.

NetBeans has a collaboration module that lets you share code and IDE
sessions over a third-party server. This looks incredibly useful, if
I can ever find a second programmer who wants to use it.

Not all traffic on the 'net is designed to hurt you.


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