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Re: IDE versus emacs

From: Jai Dayal
Subject: Re: IDE versus emacs
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2012 11:07:23 -0400

Okay, eclim looks interesting.

All I really want is the following:

Our group has a set of C "projects", and some of them build off of each other (for example, there's ffs, atl, genthread, and evpath requires the previous 3.. something like that).  When i come across a struct or something, I just want to be able to jump to it.. I used to be able to do it (only within a specific project though.. evpath could only jump to evpath things), but is there a way via CEDET and semantic to do this?  I feel like I should be able to set it up, I just don't know how...


On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Tom <> wrote:
Jai Dayal <dayalsoap <at>> writes:
> Isn't this for Vim????

Originally it is, but the frontend is separated from the backend,
so any editor can implement a frontend for it.

Here's the emacs frontend:

It is quite usable, especially for Java, but it does not implement
all the features of eclim, so it can even be better if people
help out.

The emacs-eclim authors welcome contributions, see the bottom of
the page at the above link.

Here are the full list of eclim features from which only the Java-related
things are implemented in emacs and not all of those either, so those who
know elisp can help making emacs-eclim better:

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