Collection of Emacs Development Environment Tools
PHP Support for GNU Emacs
An Emacs major mode for editing PHP code. Features: Syntax coloring and indenting; Documentation browse and search functions; Support for Imenu and SpeedBar; Customization options; and support for language features from PHP 5.4 and beyond. The latest release can be found at https://github.com/ejmr/php-mode and all bug reports should go there..
This elisp package provides text based table creation and editing feature. Emacs can edit tables embedded inside a document, just like a modern WYSIWYG word processor. The latest version generates a table HTML source from a WYSIWYG table.
ESense - Erlang "IntelliSense" for Emacs
DictEm is an extremely customizable Dictionary client for (X)Emacs. It implements functions of the client part of the Dictionary protocol (RFC-2229). It widely uses autocompletion and provides powerful API that allows to heavily extend its functionality.
An Emacs mode for SGML and XML.
The Emacs package ANTLR-Mode provides: syntax highlighting for ANTLR grammar files, automatic indentation, menus containing rule/token definitions and supported options and various other things like running ANTLR from within Emacs.
ECB is a file/code browser for Emacs. It can be used to browse any type of file and supports parsing of Java, C, C++, Elisp and some other code like perl, TeX, LaTeX. All browsing windows are within one frame and they are deletion-protected (eg by C-x 1)
(X)Emacs minor mode for XSLT processing and debugging.
You will find here a set of useful Emacs Lisp libraries to improve your usage of GNU Emacs or XEmacs.
Collaborators on a version-controlled .tex file can track changes.
LaTeX Track Changes shows changes over time for a .tex file that has its history stored in a git or svn repository. The user can customize how to view the changes: limited to certain authors or by revision or date among other filters. An Emacs mode provides the user interface. Plug-ins for other editors (such as TeXShop) are planned.
The Breadcrumb package is an Emacs add-on module that allows setting a series of quick bookmarks in Emacs. The bookmarks are global across different editing buffers, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs across them that you can jump back to quickly.
Emacs VR Mode integrates the features of Dragon NaturallySpeaking with GNU Emacs.
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
Mailcrypt is an Emacs Lisp package which provides a simple interface to public key cryptography with PGP [and now GnuPG!]. Mailcrypt makes strong cryptography a fully integrated part of your normal mail and news handling environment
Transliterator between any Language files - Map Fonts, Create Encoding Scheme, Input Phonetic, Indian, Roman, Tamil, Hindi, English, French, German, Spanish or Any World Language Keyboard. Ex: [Phonetic Input]-[Any World Language Output] or ViceVersa.
DesktopAid will save your editing session when you quit (X)Emacs and reload it when you start your favorite editor again. All your active frames and loaded files will be restored as if you never quit (X)Emacs.
The easy setup to give Emacs editors that out-of-box experience!
preview-latex, the higly addictive and productive LaTeX previewing and folding tool for Emacs, has become part of the AUCTeX project at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/auctex now and is integrated since version 11.80.
Javadoc-Help is an add-on module for Emacs that let you search a class through multiple online and local javadocs quickly, and view the found class documentation in the system web browser.
Log4j mode - a major mode for viewing log files in Emacs - including syntax highlighting, log file filtering, and source code browsing.
Lookup is an integrated search interface with electronic dictionaries for the Emacs text editor. You can use various kinds of dictionaries, such as CD-ROM books and online dictionaries, in an efficient and effective manner.
NunniMJAX is a minimal java library for parsing XML. The API and functioning recall SAX and is sequential and event-driven. The parser strives to verify that the XML is well-formed, but no validation. NunniMJAX's FSM has been generated using NunniFSMGen
Oneliner integrates UNIX shell with Emacs text editor. Oneliner provides various syntax for integration. (e.g. You can connect 'shell pipe' and 'Emacs buffer' directly with simple syntax.)
Open Source software that I have developed or maintained.