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How to disable red-underline spellchecker in Netbeans 7

Every time i make a comment using Indonesian Language in my program (written in C)  it comes with a red-wavy underline that really annoy me and maybe you too. To remove it simply choose Tools -> Options -> Miscellanous, then in Spellchecker tab uncheck the C/C++/Fortran Comments and press OK. Voila, goodbye redlines 😉

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NetBeans IDE 6.7 has been released

Good news for programmer around the world, NetBeans IDE 6.7 has been released. For someone who never heard about this stuff, NetBeans IDE is an integrated development environment consists of an open-source IDE and an application platform that enable developers to rapidly create web, enterprise, desktop, and mobile applications. Taken from their official release information,

NetBeans IDE 6.7 is integrated with Project Kenai, a collaborative environment for developers to host open-source projects. With Kenai and the NetBeans IDE, a team of developers is able to create projects, check out, edit, debug, build, discuss, and commit code, all through one easy-to-use interface!
The release also builds on the success of NetBeans 6.5 with native support for Maven; GlassFish, issue tracker and Hudson integrations; and enhancements to Java, PHP, Ruby, Groovy and C/C++. Highlights of the 6.7 release include support for JavaScript 1.7, Ruby Remote Debugging, and integration of the Java ME SDK 3.0.

Well, maybe you are already know about NetBeans, but what is Project Kenai anyway. According to their official website, Project Kenai is onramp for the developer cloud experience of tomorrow, where you can host your open source projects and code, as well as find and collaborate with developers of like mind.