Am 04.03.2016 um 23:15 schrieb Kevin Carney: > Package: netbeans > Version: 8.1+dfsg2-1 > Severity: normal > > Dear Maintainer, > > When starting netbeans, the startup splashscreen stops during "Turning on > modules..." and a warning window is displays: > > Window Title: NetBeans IDE - Warning > Text: "org.netbeans.InvalidException: StandardModule:org.netbeans.modules.db > jarFile: /usr/share/netbeans/8.1/ide/modules/org-netbeans-modules-db.jar: > java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: org/netbeans/lib/ddl/DBConnection: > Unsupported major.minor version 52.0" > > Warning gives two options: "Exit" and "Disable Modules and Continue" > > "Exit" does the obvious thing. > > "Disable Modules and Continue" allows the startup process to finish. > Subsequent startups do not show the warning (presumably because netbeans > saves the "Disable Modules" option). > > This is occuring on a fresh installation of netbeans running on a fresh > installation of Debian/testing. > > It appears to be an issue with openjdk-7, which was pulled in as a dependency > while installing netbeans. I subsequently tested by installing openjdk-8, > and the problem did not occur. > > To reproduce: > 1. Delete my ~/.netbeans directory, > 2. Switched default java to openjdk-7 with: "sudo update-java-alternatives -s > java-1.7.0-openjdk-amd64" > 3. Start netbeans
Hi, thanks for the report. We aim to release Netbeans and OpenJDK 8 as the default environment for Stretch. So don't expect a solution for OpenJDK 7 because it will be most likely removed from Debian before the next freeze. I don't know why OpenJDK 7 got installed on your system because the default is OpenJDK 8 now, but I don't think we should invest a lot of time debugging this issue because OpenJDK 7 won't be supported for Stretch anyway. Sorry for the inconvenience, but please switch to OpenJDK 8 at your earliest convenience. Regards, Markus
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