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Re: Emacs with JDEE

From: saharabear
Subject: Re: Emacs with JDEE
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 02:26:25 +0800
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Hi, Andreas

I tried two plugins, JDEE with CEDET. with the classpath setting for JDEE, code complete works very well.
in my Java project, I create a file named prj.el and define classpath as:
    ("/home/saharabear/workspace/firenze/src/" )))
With C+c,C+v,C+., beanshell is invoked and everything go well.

Because I am not sure does anybody use emacs for real commercial javaEE or java web project, so I use netBeans as IDE, when I have time to deep in emacs, I will try again.

Do you use emacs for javaEE or java web projects?



Andreas Röhler :
Should you not find there, what you are looking for

path to solution might be via FFI and (S)XEmacs.

Would like to read further report of your experiences.


Andreas Röhler

Am Mittwoch, 11. Juni 2008 schrieb Haolin:
Thanks, Pierre

I think CEDET is what I want, thanks, I will try it soon.



Pierre Lorenzon wrote:

I'd suggest to you to have look at cedet



From: Haolin <address@hidden>
Subject: Emacs with JDEE
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 10:50:41 +0800

Hi, all:

I have JDEE installed with my Emacs CVS version. I find it has the 
ability to execute code completion, but, does it support extra jars code 
completion? I mean I want to import hibernate and spring's jars, and 
should emacs do the work for code completion?






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