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comment Writing or extending existing emacs packages: is it worth or should I move to Netbeans/Eclipse?
Thanks for the reply, but I find your comparison flawed: (I) Elisp code is trapped in Emacs and I have never heard of elisp code reuse from outside Emacs. NetBeans(NB) and Eclipse(Ecl) instead do allow for that, see LambdaBean (II) NB and Ecl are "multiplatform", they run on any system that supports java, e.g. Win,Unix and Mac. Emacs does too, but it seems to be integreated less in Windows than in Unix, for example it hasn't the faintest idea of where your home directory is. (III) Eclipse and NetBeans do support multiple languages via plugins.
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