kakoune-java.kak. If you have a Github account feel free to clone it, change what you want, and open a pull request for Kakoune.
Java SE 14; operators, keywords, module system, throwables, and static word completion
Oracle 2020, The Java Language Specification, Java SE 14 Edition, viewed 31 August 2020, https://docs.oracle.com/javase/specs/jls/se14/html/index.html
Oracle 2020, 3.9 Keywords, Chapter 3. Lexical Structure, Java Language Specification, Java SE 14, viewed 29 August 2020, https://docs.oracle.com/javase/specs/jls/se14/html/jls-3.html#jls-3.9
provide-module -override java ---------------^^^^^^^^^
‘allow the module to replace an existing one with the same name.’
@see Module commands
For the original kakoune/rc/filetype/java.kak
mv java.kak ~/.config/kak/autoload/java.kak
plug "KJ_Duncan/kakoune-java.kak" domain "bitbucket.org"
Kakoune General Information
Work done? Have some fun. Share any improvements, ideas or thoughts with the community on discuss.kakoune.
Kakoune is an open source modal editor. The source code lives on github mawww/kakoune.
A discussion on the repository structure of community plugins for Kakoune can be reviewed here: Standardi(s|z)ation of plugin file-structure layout #2402.
Read the Kakoune wiki for information on install options via a Plugin Manager.
Thank you to the Kakoune community 210+ contributors for a great modal editor in the terminal. I use it daily for the keyboard shortcuts.
That’s it for the readme, anything else you may need to know just pick up a book and read it Polar Bookshelf. Thanks all. Bye.