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IdeBridgeIdeBridge help bringing functionalities from one IDE to another. Currently it 'bridge' functionalities from SharpDevelop IDE into emacs IDE. So with IdeBridge you have the following functionalities in emacs: building of .NET solutions. intellisense completion (see ScreenShots) for C# language. go to definition for C# language. IdeBridge is written in C# and emacs lisp, and so may be ported in mono for a linux use. For the linux platform it will may be necessary to replace the SharpDevel
This project aims to develop an easy to install set of emacs configuration files, which will ease rails development in emacs. It will try to integrate some of the already existing rails and ruby configurations for emacs, while adding a few new yet to be determined features
Distel's core extends Emacs Lisp with the Erlang programming model and an interoperable implementation of the Erlang distributed message-passing protocol. The package includes Emacs-based development tools written on top of this core. ATTENTION This repo is no longer updated. Distel is now hosted on github.
Aquamacs is an Aqua-native build of the powerful Emacs text editor. By "Aqua-native," we mean more than just the fact that this version of Emacs runs as a standard OS X application. Aquamacs features extensive customization: it will feel and behave mostly like an Aqua program - while still being a real GNU Emacs with all the ergonomy and extensibility you've come to expect from this world-class editor. It's beeen adapted by David Reitter, based on GNU Emacs by Richard Stallman and many others.
PIDA is different from other IDEs in that it will use the tools you already have available rather than attempting to reinvent each one. PIDA is written in Python with the PyGTK toolkit, and although is designed to be used to program in any language, PIDA has fancy Python IDE features.
I am tired of JDE's code browsing features. With the addition of generics starting in JDK 1.5 certain JDE features stopped working and noone seems to be actively engaged with the project. jde-usages is not much help either. JDE completion is very slow. It takes tens of seconds to give me a list of methods sometimes. And it's all in Lisp, a language I use for Emacs only, then I forget, then I come back. So I decided to use the excellent Pymacs library to write a better Java source code browsing f