meghanada-emacs - A Better Java Development Environment for Emacs

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Meghanada is a new minor-mode (meghanada-mode) that aims at improving the editing experience for the Java. It works by using a combination of an Emacs package and meghanada-server. Meghanada is tested under linux and Windows (maybe macOS OK).

https://github.com/mopemope/meghanada-emacs

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