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Re: Emacs IDE

From: Krishnakant
Subject: Re: Emacs IDE
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2017 13:32:39 +0530
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On Monday 06 March 2017 07:10 AM, Kendall Shaw wrote:
On 03/03/2017 05:06 PM, Ahmed Sorour wrote:

I've recently been working more extensively with various coding languages,
and have developed a need to use IDEs.

Is it possible to configure Emacs to act as a complete replacement for:

- Atom or Sublime (for Python)
- IntelliJ IDEA (for Java)

Aside from project management, I'm also interested in a setup where I can
call Emacs to launch with one configuration when working with Java, and
another configuration when working with Python, etc.

For java a couple of interesting packages are ensime which is really for scala but it works for java. And emacs-eclim which is more like integrating eclipse into emacs than the other way around.

The way I work is I use the ide and emacs at the same time. For debugging and some other activities and very minor editing, I use the ide (eclipse or intellij idea). As soon as I have to do significant editing, my hands go on strike and say I'm not going to type one more line and I'm forced to switch back to emacs.

My only concern right now with Emacs is web develoopment.
Html tags just don't get completed automatically and ther is no auto completion triggering as I type. I have to press a keystroke every time I type some thing and get the auto completion done using company-web-html for all that work.
But programming in Python with Emacs is bliss.
Happy hacking.

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