This is not working long term and as a result I am looking for a way how to find a balance. At the moment the open source version of NBAndroid remains as it is: it uses Apache Public License, the source is available at BitBucket repository a some updates will be created to keep it in sync with curent state of Android SDK and NetBeans IDE.
In addition to that there will be a set of extra functionality provided to users who obtain their NBAndroid.org subscription. Both set of modules will be published at the same place - currently it is http://nbandroid.org/release72/updates/updates.xml - and you can install the basic support only or get both of them.
The first add-on feature provided here is hyperlink support for navigation from Java sources to XML resource files. Ctrl-click on identifiers like
R.layout.activityXwill now open the file
res/layout/activityX.xml. And there is even more:
R.id.somethingcan navigate directly to a place where identifier is defined in your resource. There are various limitations (no support for platform files and libraries and only some resource type and some of the files are parsed now) that can be fixed later if there is enough interest (measured by number of active paying subscriptions).