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Re: Emacs and Java
Re: Emacs and Java
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 18:29:44 +0200
There is : https://github.com/senny/emacs-eclim
(haven't tried it though)
Otherwise if you're able and willing to, I strongly and heartily
advise you to switch to scala (http://www.scala-lang.org/ , fully
interoperable with java) ; then you could use
https://github.com/aemoncannon/ensime which is great.
Hope that will help,
On 14 September 2012 13:25, Francesco Mazzoli <email@example.com> wrote:
> As much as I dislike Java, I find myself having to write Java code from time
> time, and I'm sure that a lot of you are in the same situation.
> Given that, I find it very surprising that support for the Java language in
> Emacs is abysmal.
> I tried:
> * java-mode: does not support any modern Java construct, and with modern I
> mean >= Java 5 (generics, foreach loops, enums).
> * JDEE: seems to be completely unmaintained and barely working with modern
> emacsen, and lacking support for post-2004 Java as well.
> * malabar-mode <https://github.com/espenhw/malabar-mode/>: promises support
> for what JDEE is lacking. Building with stock Maven and Emacs on Ubuntu
> 12.04 fails. There is a fork
> that seems more maintained but building fails there as well with a
> So it seems that there is no way to at least edit comfortably Java code, let
> alone have flymake, semantic features, etc. This seems a huge gap in what is
> the best editor out there.
> Am I correct, or is there hope in some project I haven't considered?
> malabar-mode seems to be the best candidate (if you can get it working) but
> frankly I'm not that comfortable using it since it pulls a huge number of
> dependencies and I don't want something to fancy anyway.
> Francesco * Often in error, never in doubt
Re: Emacs and Java, Leo, 2012/09/14
Re: JDEE help (was: Emacs and Java), Francesco Mazzoli, 2012/09/15