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* [https://github.com/espenhw/malabar-mode malabar-mode] is a Java mode which was originally by Espen Wiborg. It has Maven integration, JUnit integration, support for Java generics, simple refactoring support and more. (no longer maintained)
 
* [https://github.com/espenhw/malabar-mode malabar-mode] is a Java mode which was originally by Espen Wiborg. It has Maven integration, JUnit integration, support for Java generics, simple refactoring support and more. (no longer maintained)
 
* [http://jdee.sourceforge.net/ JDEE], Java Development Environment for Emacs, has intelligent Java code completion among other things. (quite outdated and no longer maintained)
 
* [http://jdee.sourceforge.net/ JDEE], Java Development Environment for Emacs, has intelligent Java code completion among other things. (quite outdated and no longer maintained)
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* java-mode provides basic Java 1.4 syntax highlighting.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:12, 25 March 2012

Java support comes shipped with Emacs in the form of java-mode.

List of notable Java modes

  • malabar-mode is a Java mode which was originally by Espen Wiborg. It has Maven integration, JUnit integration, support for Java generics, simple refactoring support and more. (no longer maintained)
  • JDEE, Java Development Environment for Emacs, has intelligent Java code completion among other things. (quite outdated and no longer maintained)
  • java-mode provides basic Java 1.4 syntax highlighting.