Yes that too.. Sorry.. there were many points in my email and I misunderstood which you were referring to. I will file the bug with NB regarding the default comments in a JavaFX project.
My other comment was referring to the launcher.exe that JavaFX packager uses and that is of course a JavaFX issue. RT-35271 specifically. Thanks, Scott On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 8:40 AM, Alexander Kouznetsov < alexander.kouznet...@oracle.com> wrote: > Scott, > > I didn't get that. Are you saying that main() method javadoc is correct? > > Best regards, > Alexander Kouznetsov(408) 276-0387 > > On 15 янв 2014 16:40, Scott Palmer wrote: > > Thanks. I'm participating in NetCat 8.0 so I'm well aware of that link > :-). But this doesn't appear to be a NetBeans issue. Inclusion of > metadata into the launcher stub is not implemented in the javafxpackager > command line tool or ant task as far as I can tell. (I'm using the gradle > plugin mainly at this point, but it just delegates to the ant task as far > as I can tell.) > > Cheers, > > Scott > > > > > On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 6:45 AM, Alexander Kouznetsov < > alexander.kouznet...@oracle.com> wrote: > >> Here is the link to file a bug on NetBeans: >> http://netbeans.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi >> >> Best regards, >> Alexander Kouznetsov >> (408) 276-0387 >> >> >> On 8 янв 2014 18:45, Kevin Rushforth wrote: >> >>> >>> >>> So yes, it does seem that Netbeans should modify the wording of their >>> javadoc comment for the main() method of a JavaFX application. >>> >> >> > >