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Kate

   2.5.3  

KDE Text Editor

Score 84%
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Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  11607
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Jul 20 2006

Description:

Kate is a multi-document, multi-view text editor for KDE, shipped with the KDEBASE package. It features stuff like codefolding, syntaxhighlighting, dynamic word wrap, an embedded console, an extensive plugin interface and some prelimentary scripting support.




Changelog:

- faster highlighting
- session support




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 featurerequest: tabs

 
 by minck on: Jul 28 2004
 
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I really like Kate - it's nice and fast when I need to have lots of php files open simultaneously, or have php files with lots of includes. Quanta Plus really rocks, but when it comes to fast coding, sometimes its feature-richness gets in the way of speed when you have to work on really big projects.

One of the nice features of Quanta Plus, which would be nice to see in Kate, is the tabbed file switching. Just one click, you get to see a different file. This would be a welcome addition indeed to Kate.

Thanks so much for all of the hard work you put into this wonderful app.


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 Re: featurerequest: tabs

 
 by furgas on: Aug 21 2004
 
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You can use file list as shown on screenshot 1. Takes more space than tabs, but I have this opened all the time when working with many files.


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 Re: featurerequest:

 
 by panzar on: Aug 21 2004
 
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If you didn't know:
You can navigate between your open files very fast with alt+left cursor and alt+right cursor. I use it all the time.


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 Re: Re: featurereque

 
 by janpf on: Oct 21 2004
 
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Kate is becoming my editor of choice, but i liked it better when there were tabs.

i think i also found a bug (? is it a bug or feature) in the file list:

the filelist gets out of sort order, and Alt+Left and Alt+Right starts navigating randomly in the list -- it gets messy to work with lots of files. Is there a way to keep the filelist always sorted according to the Alt+left/Alt+right window order ?


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 Re: featurerequest: tabs

 
 by Yaba on: Dec 13 2004
 
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There is already a Kate plugin that provides a tab-like extension.


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 Search text window

 
 by gillanius on: Sep 13 2004
 
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Former I used NEdit - the perfect tool for editing code :) Now, since SuSE 9.1 doesnt include NEdit and there are some problems with the german umlauts, I am trying Kate. It is a good replacement for NEdit... Except the windows for text replacing or searching appear in the center of Kates window, not under the mouse like in NEdit. So, if the focus of the mouse is "strictly under the mouse" you have to move it into the window... That is not nice. Maybe that could be changed in a future release :)

Have a nice day,
Ayhan


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 Re: Search text window

 
 by anderslund on: Mar 19 2005
 
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With the last version of kate (2.4) you can do replace (as well as find and ifind) using kates commandline. Press F7 to show the command line and enter 'replace PATTERN REPLACEMENT'.

You can use flags to change the properties of the replace options, for example 'replace:ir PATTERN REPLACEMENT' will do a case insensitive regular expression search for PATTERN, (and allow using backreferences in REPLACEMENT).

For detailled information, see help or use the commandline help: the command 'help replace' will show a brief help message.


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 Automatic spell chec

 
 by CsorbaGomba on: Nov 3 2004
 
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Hi!

I'd like to use Kate, becouse it doesn't use mutch resource, but I really want to see an automatic spell checker in it, just like in KMail.

Is it possible?


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 Re: Automatic spell chec

 
 by brandito on: Dec 14 2004
 
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Kate is more of a coding tool... and thus an auto spell checker may not be the best for it. If it is added, I don't think it should be turned on by default.

I do really like Kate though. I just started using it about a week ago. The Highlighting is always nice... but I really love the "embedded terminal" window and the ability to switch between many files with just 2 clicks.

Kate is sleek and lean... but it is built for KDE. I just hope they don't bloat it up like many of the other KDE applications. I like its clean interface and the fact that it doesn't try to be the jack of all trades and offer a million and one different options. I've just been noticing lately that a lot of application developers out there think they have to constantly add new features to their programs. I just hope kate doesn't try to become a KDevelop or a KWord.

just my thoughts,
Brandon


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 Re: Re: Automatic sp

 
 by sewagemaster on: Jan 23 2005
 
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automatic spell check would be most useful when it come to writing documents on latex. kile is a kde app that uses kate as its editor component. if this option can be enabled like a plugin or part of kate-plugins, then it would be most useful. there are already a lot of requests of this in bugs.kde.org.


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 Re: Automatic spell chec

 
 by anderslund on: Mar 19 2005
 
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The plans for the future includes allowing the syntax highlight definitions to define which text contexts should be spell checked, which will also allow us to add automatic spell checking without painting your code files all red ;)

For example, in code we could spellcheck only strings and documentation comments. Or for HTML only element text and certain element attributes such as title, summary, alt and similar.

Additionally, it might be possible in the future to use aspell filters directly.


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 Kate, I love you!

 
 by jamwil on: Dec 25 2004
 
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Man, I just love this program so much! it's small and fast, yet it still has any and all of the features that I need, and pretty much none that I don't! please, please kate developers, don't bloat it up or anything... it's perfect the way it is. The only things I find that I don't really like is with the code folding. I'm a php programmer, and any of you who have ever seen php know that it is common practice to begin and end php code like so . The only problem is that the code folding system does not read the short end tag, so when you fold it, it folds the entire rest of the page... If this could be fixed, that would be awsome!


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 Re: Kate, I love you!

 
 by anderslund on: Mar 19 2005
 
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Thanks for the nice words :)

If you can come up with a more exact description (examples, please) of your folding problems, please do so and lets see if we can do something about it.

Kindly direct a further description to kwrite-devel@kde.org or file a bug report at http://bugs.kde.org


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 I love Kate!

 
 by jdtiede on: Mar 22 2005
 
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She's my favorite replacement for WordPad, better than NotePad, and always comes quickly when called. She has come with all my releases of Fedora, and even though she isn't listed under Programming anymore, I search her out and put an icon in my task bar.


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 Tool Bars Disappear

 
 by HalVaughan on: Apr 19 2005
 
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I love working with Kate, since it's so easy to use and works great for programming. (I'm self taught, so when I started, I had never heard of an IDE and discovered Kate when I was looking for an editor on Linux.) It gives me everything I need, both the editor and console in one window.

There is one problem I've had with several versions of Kate. Right now I'm using version 3.3.2, but I saw this problem in earlier versions before I recently installed SimpleMEPIS 3.3 on my workstation.

Once I add or change any icons on the tool bar, from then on the changed toolbars, and most other tool bars disappear. Sometimes I'll have a full toolbar show up while editing one file, but it does not show up when I switch files. If the toolbars have disappeared, I only have a minimal set of tool icons (new, open, last doc, next doc, and the reload icon I added). If I go to Settings->Configure Toolbars, then make any change at all, then save the settings, I get all the toolbars back for that one document I'm editing, but not for the others.

At this point, I'd rather not upgrade, due to dependencies and, basically, other than this (and one other problem I'll post separately), everything works, and I don't like over-fixing things.

So what do I need to do to get my toolbars to show up all the time?

Thanks!


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 Re: Tool Bars Disapp

 
 by HalVaughan on: Apr 24 2005
 
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Is this the wrong forum to ask for help like this (about the toolbars)? I've looked through different forums on KDE sites, and this seemed the most likely one to ask for help on Kate, and I thought I'd have at least heard an indication that this is a previously unknown problem, or unsolved, so if there's a better place to ask, please let me know.

Thank you.


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