One unique aspect of Emacs is the support for software developers. This category holds development sites for developer packages included and not included in the standard Emacs distribution.

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ANTLR Mode
Major mode that provides various features for editing ANTLR grammar files.
CC Mode
The development homepage of the Mode for editing C/C++ and other languages with similar syntax.
David Ponce's Emacs Page
Additions to JDE.
ECB
A source code browser for Emacs. It is a global minor-mode which displays a couple of windows that can be used to browse directories, files and methods. It supports method parsing for Java, C, C++, Elisp. [Open source, GPL]
Emacs ada-mode homepage
Mode for programming in ADA. Downloads and documentation.
Emacs Development Environment Tools
CEDET is a collection of tools written with the end goal of creating an advanced development environment for Emacs users.
Haskell Mode for Emacs
An Emacs mode currently supporting font locking, declaration scanning, documentation, indentation, hugs interaction.
Ilisp
Integration of various Lisp implementations (mostly Common Lisp systems and various Scheme dialects) within Emacs.
Inform Mode
A major mode to edit programs written in the Inform programming language. Supports the usual program mode functions: automatic indentation, moving over expressions, comment and string filling, font locking, tags-file support, starting compiles and parsing errors.
Java Development Environment
A software package that turns Emacs into a comprehensive system for creating, editing, debugging, and documenting Java applications. Information about installing and using JDE, FAQ, package download and contributions.
Phillip Lord's Emacs Packages
Mostly additional packages for JDE.
PHP Mode
Sourceforge project page of a major mode for editing PHP source.
psvn.el
Provides a subversion interface for Emacs. Information on the module and the source code are available.
Python Mode
Python support for Emacs and XEmacs.
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