CC Mode is a GNU Emacs and XEmacs mode for editing C and other languages with similar syntax; currently C++, Objective-C, Java, CORBAs IDL, Pike, and AWK. It is a standard package in both GNU Emacs and XEmacs.
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.
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.
Jess-mode is a collection of Emacs Lisp files designed to facilitate the development of Java Expert System Shell (JESS) applications. Currently, the package consists of a major mode for editing source and an inferior mode used to run the Jess interpreter
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
Create hyperlinks just by dragging, find contacts instantly, ...
GNU Hyperbole (pronounced Ga-new Hi-per-bo-lee), or just Hyperbole, is an amazing programmable hypertextual information management system implemented as a GNU Emacs package. This is the first public release in 2016. Hyperbole has been greatly expanded and modernized for use with the latest Emacs 25 releases; it supports GNU Emacs 24.4 or above. It contains an extensive set of improvements that can greatly boost your day-to-day productivity with Emacs and your ability to manage information stored across many different machines on the internet. People who get used to Hyperbole find it helps them so much that they prefer never to use Emacs without it. Hyperbole includes easy-to-use, powerful hypertextual button types and links that can be made without the need to learn a markup language. It also includes a hierarchical, record-based contact manager, a rapid window and frame control system and a powerful multi-level auto-numbered outliner.
A plugin for JDEE (Java Development Environment for Emacs) which can gather and display up to date usage (ie find callers) information for a java method in all classes in the classpath.
The Java Elucidator provides support for production of internal documentation following the Elucidative programming paradigm. Documentation and source code are kept seperate, but interlinked through mutual navigation in a two-frame online layout.
Log4j mode - a major mode for viewing log files in Emacs - including syntax highlighting, log file filtering, and source code browsing.
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
NOTE: This SourceForge project is now *obsolete*, and has now moved to Savannah, please visit: http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/cp-tools.
The OO-Browser is an advanced object-oriented class browser with support for browsing C, C++, Common Lisp and its Object System (CLOS), Eiffel, Java, Objective-C, Python and Smalltalk. It runs atop Emacs/XEmacs on Linux, UNIX and Windows.
An Emacs clone that runs within a web browser allowing for an editing of files on a server, coordinating of projects, syntax highlighting, and other customizable features making it an advanced Internet Development Environment.
A bundle of lisp extensions, largely original, for GNU Emacs with the goal to obtain a more user friendly and powerful interface. The new features include contextual tool bars, new TeX interface, very complete menus, and a well structured IDE.
Emacs minor mode that provides enhanced tags lookup for Java code.
Emacs minor mode that provides enhanced tags lookup for Java code. Show declaration or Javadoc for the identifier at point, complete partly typed identifiers, and update TAGS files from within Emacs.