I use the really great macFUSE to mount several server directories via SSH on my work computer. One programm that makes this process really easy is Macfusion which offers a menu item and a standalone application to configure your mountpoints and mount/unmount them.
After upgrading to Snow Leopard recently Macfusion & macFUSE stopped working, so I was searching for a solution and luckily found one at Racker Hacker – Fix MacFusion on Snow Leopard.
Now I’m happily developing my PHP projects again in Netbeans with my remote dirs mounted via SSH 🙂
For a long time Mac OS X was the one platform left out when it comes to developing MIDlets. There where soultions from SUN for Windows, Linux & obviously Solaris. There was no official build for the amazing NetBeans Mobility Pack for the Mac … well, there still isn’t one but I looked around a bit in the gathered knowledge of mankind which is the WWW and found the blog of Lukas Hasik. He has a fairly well written documentation of how to achieve a working development environment on Mac OS X.
In this post I’d like to summarize the nessecary steps as well as make a few annotations where I ran into difficulties while following the described steps.
The new Version (5.0) of the excellent Java IDE Netbeans is out.
It’s free, so go take a look,
Additionally you might want to take a peek at nbextras.org. This community site offers extensions & plugins for the Netbeans IDE provided by users.