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==List of Java editing related Articles==
 
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* [http://mp.vv.si/blog/emacs/coding-in-java-with-emacs-and-jdee/ jdee and checkstyle]
 
* [http://mp.vv.si/blog/emacs/coding-in-java-with-emacs-and-jdee/ jdee and checkstyle]
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* [http://www.goldsborough.me/emacs,/java/2016/02/24/22-54-16-setting_up_emacs_for_java_development/ Comprehensive article (based on eclim)]
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* [https://dzone.com/articles/why-not-emacs Why not emacs]
 
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Revision as of 06:22, 14 September 2016

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 (no longer maintained)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. (jdee is currently maintained on github)
  • java-mode provides basic Java 1.4 syntax highlighting.
  • emacs-eclim communicates with the eclim plugin in Eclipse to get a headless Eclipse instance do the heavy-lifting of completion, simple refactoring, building, and code navigation when editing files in Emacs.
  • meghanada-emacs aims to help with Gradle and Maven, code completion, jumping to declarations and more. It's based on meghanada-server written in Java, for JDB >= 1.8.

See also

java-mode

List of Java editing related Articles