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Re: GNU Emacs as a lightweight Java IDE (Debugging)

From: Alex Ott
Subject: Re: GNU Emacs as a lightweight Java IDE (Debugging)
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2019 15:09:21 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (darwin)

Hello Anand

Thank you for your work on improving Java support in Emacs!

Maybe it would be useful for you to reuse some of the Java-related code
that I wrote several years ago in my branch of the CEDET:
https://github.com/alexott/cedet/tree/devel (just do a diff against master)
- it adds to EDE the basic support for Maven, and some other build tools,
so it's possible to perform completion based on the classpath - like on the
screenshot at

I unfortunately don't have much time to work on the CEDET, but I would like
to see any of that code in the Emacs.

Anand Tamariya  at "Fri, 13 Dec 2019 05:54:37 +0530" wrote:
 AT> The link to customization was in my first mail as well as in the video 
description. Anyway, here it is again.

 AT> Code:
 AT> Emacs customization (https://gitlab.com/atamariya/emacs/tree/dev)

 AT> It's not a separate package as I believe this should be part of base 
emacs. So I developed it as such. 

 AT> On Thu, Dec 12, 2019, 19:08 Pankaj Jangid <address@hidden> wrote:

 >> Except for drop-down for auto-suggest, which uses company package, rest is
 >> some additional code on top of the emacs master branch. It's mostly EDE for
 >> project management, CAPF and GNU locate for auto-suggest, CEDET Semantic
 >> and Srecode for refactoring, and GUD jdb for debugging.
 AT>     Where can I get your customizations? Is this available as a package?

With best wishes,                    Alex Ott
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