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Re: emacs as an ide

From: Phillip Lord
Subject: Re: emacs as an ide
Date: 10 Oct 2003 13:59:55 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2.93

>>>>> "Martin" == Martin  <x@y.z> writes:

  Martin> Philip, Pascal, kgold,

  Martin> Thanks for your replies.  I reckon I would use the Tools
  Martin> Compile option to compile the current buffer.  To build the
  Martin> current project and current solution, I would use different
  Martin> make commands. (I already have a make file with appropriate
  Martin> targets in it) However I am too lazy to do the M-x compile
  Martin> command - I don't want to have to type any commands.  I just
  Martin> want to configure the commands and then access them from a
  Martin> button or menu.

M-x compile and Tools->Compile are the same thing. 

If you want to specify different commands and put them into the menu
bar, yes you can do that, although its not necessarily straight
forward. easy-menu works quite well for this though. 

This is a menu definition that I used to use....

(defvar jde-more
   (list "JDE+"
        ["Set as main class"        phil-java-set-as-main-class t ]
        ["Toggle auto hide"         jfolding-toggle-autohide t ]
        ["Hide all "                jfolding-hide-all        t ]
        ["Toggle +E option"         phil-java-toggle-e-option t ]
        ["Toggle compiler"          phil-java-toggle-compiler t ]

(easy-menu-do-define 'jde-more jde-mode-map   "Additn Menu for JDE"


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