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Re: java syntax highlighting with generics

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: java syntax highlighting with generics
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2006 11:45:23 +0200

Am 04.08.2006 um 20:14 schrieb address@hidden:

First of all, is there a version of java-mode or JDE (I'm a little
confused as to the relationship if any between the two) that can
handle generics and type parameters?

I don't know! But isn't JDE just a generic acronym for *any* Java Development Environment? The different modes in GNU Emacs support for example programming languages by high-lighting particular key words or indenting blocks of code. Another means is that you can insert from a menu particular key words or get special menus.

I am using the Emacs distribution that comes with Red Hat Enterprise 3
and method declarations with type parameters don't have the method
names colored, nor do they show up as speedbar tags.

Could be that auto-mode-alist has no mapping provided for your Java files:

(setq auto-mode-alist
    '(("\\.java\\'" . java-mode)

C-h v reveals a variable's value.

By the way, how can I display the version number in such a way that I
can select it to copy and paste?

Either C-h v emacs-version RET and then copy from the *Help* buffer, or M-x emacs-version RET and then change to *Messages* buffer.



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