EDE is the Emacs Development Environment: an Emacs extension that simplifies building and debugging programs in Emacs. It attempts to emulate a typical IDE (Integrated Development Environment). EDE can manage or create your makefiles and other building environment duties, allowing you to concentrate on writing code rather than support files. It aims to make it much easier for new programmers to learn and adopt GNU ways of doing things.

This file describes EDE, the Emacs Development Environment.

EDE Project Concepts EDE Project Concepts
EDE Mode Turning on EDE mode.
Quick Start Quick start to building a project.
Creating a project Creating a project.
Modifying your project Adding and removing files and targets.
Building and Debugging Initiating a build or debug session.
Miscellaneous commands Other project related commands.
Extending EDE Programming and extending EDE.
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