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Emacs remains the "one true editor" (apart from Vim of course, which is the other "one true editor"). Many people prefer using editors rather than fighting with IDEs. Editors need support for specific languages, hence the need for a Groovy mode for Emacs. Emacs Plugin is an old page kept for historical purposes outlining that there have been multiple goes at creating a Groovy mode for Emacs – each with their good bits and bad bits. Current development effort (thanks to Jim Morris) focuses on evolving the Emacs mode based on the Java mode of CC Mode initially started by Russel Winder, coupled with the inferior mode by Stuart Clayman.

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For those who want to download and install the current release tarball go to the , one is available at Groovy Emacs Mode project page at Launchpad.  There is a big green button which points to the current release download file.  There is no link to the current release tarball from this page so as to avoid pointing people at an old or out of date release.  The summary instructions for install are:

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Please use the The Groovy Emacs mode Mode bug tracker for reporting all bugs and requesting new features.

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