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Re: Is JDEE moribund? Is Emacs a viable Java devel environment?

From: Richard Riley
Subject: Re: Is JDEE moribund? Is Emacs a viable Java devel environment?
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 19:28:10 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.92 (gnu/linux)

Martin <address@hidden> writes:

>> I recently started doing some Java work again for the first time in
>> several years, and I looked around to see the state of Java
>> development using Emacs.  The first Google hit for "emacs java" was a
>> package called JDEE, which seemed like just what I wanted, and I found
>> a lot of positive comments on it.  I ran into a snag while trying to
>> install it, though, so I subscribed to the jdee-users mailing list and
>> posted about my problem.  After a few days without an answer, I mailed
>> the package maintainer directly.  It's been two weeks now, and I
>> haven't gotten any response, nor have I seen any traffic at all on the
>> jdee-users list.  Does anyone still use it anymore?  If not, what
>> other options for Java development on Emacs are there?
>> Lately I've been using Eclipse and Emacs in tandem, editing in Emacs
>> and using Eclipse for everything else.  It's a good enough arrangement
>> to get by, but I'd sure love it if Emacs could shoulder more of the
>> work.

I'm wondering what that offers over the mailing list? It seems pretty
dead. In fact it is the mailing list isn't it?

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