Hopefully this would be an option flag.. Otherwise I wouldn't know if I was overriding something by accident via a library load.. so, I would vote for option check, where if it was CHECKED, would drop the fully qualified class names for base and non-overridden functions.. If I do override a function, then the fully qualified path should show..

Just concerned about this request


-----Original Message----- From: Thomas Kellerer
Sent: Monday, March 05, 2018 11:42 PM
To: NetBeans Users
Subject: Disabling fully qualified class names in JavDoc completion

When using code-completion in JavaDocs (e.g. for a @see attribute), NetBeans always inserts fully qualifed class names for parameters, e.g.

   @see #someMethod(java.lang.String, java.lang.String)

Is it possible (in 8.2 or 9.0) to disable this, so that the above is written as:

   @see #someMethod(String, String)

This is not so much a problem with JDK classes, but with our own classes which tend to have longer package names.

Thomas



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