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From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: Re: IDE
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2015 11:15:38 +0300
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On 10/10/2015 10:56 AM, Eli Zaretskii wrote:

Right now, no one is working on that, though everyone is talking.  the
same as with weather.

No one?

There are quite a few packages that interface with external programs or daemons to provide code completion already. Such as Tern for JavaScript, Racer for Rust, Compliment for Clojure, gocode for Go, Eclim or Malabar for Java, ENSIME for Scala (there has been some movement lately in adding Java support, too), Distel for Erlang, Jedi for Python, ocp-index for OCaml, ESS for R, maybe some others.

For C/C++, the community has Irony and Rtags, both based on libclang. If libclang is unacceptable for you, you probably know a more appropriate mailing list to bring that up at.

Would you expect the programs mentioned above to become a part of Emacs? For most of them, it's technically unfeasible (not to mention organizationally), e.g. because they target several different editors (or aim to, in the future).

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