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Kate

   2.5.3  

KDE Text Editor

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Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  11563
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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 Switching Panes

 
 by HalVaughan on: May 4 2005
 
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When I use Kate, I have a file list, edit pane, and console open. Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch from the edit window to the console, and from the console back to the edit window, or do I always have to use a mouse click to move back and forth?

I know there's a menu item to show and hide the console, but often I need to see output in the console while editing.

Thanks!


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 Re: Switching Panes

 
 by JabberWokky on: Jun 3 2005
 
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Yes. Go to Settings|Configure Shortcuts and set your keyboard shortcut for "Show Terminal". It is a toggle, so hitting it twice will bounce you back and forth between a *nix commandline.

You can also set your shortcut to the Kate commandline, but that's not very useful until the next release when it can be scripted. Still, it's neat to have an emacs style command system in place, even if it is currently limited to a couple dozen commands.


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 Re: Re: Switching Panes

 
 by drankinatty on: Sep 24 2008
 
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I have tried the toggle (assigned shift+F7) to switch between the konsole pane and the editor pane, and it doesn't switch between the panes, instead, it "closes" the konsole pane.

What I am really looking for is a shortcut to actually "switch between" the panes while leaving the konsole pane open similar to the behavior of F8 for switching between the split editor panes.

It would be incredibly useful to have a shortcut like "alt+uparrow" and "alt+downarrow" to switch between the vertical panes of kate. The behavior of each shortcut could cycle (editor -> konsole -> find -> editor) and at the same time leave up/down to switch immediately between 2 adjacent panes.

Taking your hands from the keyboard to pick up the mouse and click in the window and then reorienting your hands on the keyboard is a bit of a slowdown.

Is there something hidden in the code that would allow this?


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 The Best Editor Ever

 
 by mehmetb on: May 23 2005
 
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Finally, a replacement for nedit. I don't care about its eye candy (but it's really nice), but the functionality of Kate is just great! The terminal window and the file browser helps a lot, saves a lot of time. Switching between the opened files is very easy by using Alt+(left/right) Arrows. Last but not least... its integration with KDE is also great (as expected) You can use all the extended features of 'kdeprint' to have great print-outs! Highly Recommended to all of the programmers!!


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 Re: The Best Editor Ever

 
 by dannysfather on: Sep 26 2010
 
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I like Nedit except it doesn't copy/paste very well. Mousepad is a good replacement for Nedit. But still not as nice as Kedit.

I use Kate for editing websites, not as a Kedit replacement.


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 FileSystem browser

 
 by Gacha on: Nov 2 2005
 
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When I click on some files or folders, then they highlights, but not only the active file/folder, but all. Can this feature disable somewhere?


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 autocompletion

 
 by joshuafr on: Jul 21 2006
 
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Hi,
Is there a way to have an autocompletion based on the included files?
I explain: I use Kate to edit python files, and I would be happy to have in Kate an autocompletion showing all the methods of a class and their arguments, like Eric does.
thanks


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 Re: autocompletion

 
 by accolon on: Jul 21 2006
 
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You could write a auto completion plugin for python.


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 Re: Re: autocompletion

 
 by joshuafr on: Jul 21 2006
 
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Why not, if we can write kate plugin in python!


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 I can upgrade Kate!

 
 by lavacano201014 on: Jul 27 2006
 
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 multifile replace

 
 by DirkP on: Oct 25 2006
 
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I am really impatient for a multifile search and replace tool. Kate for me is one of the best editors but I miss this feature for HTML-editing very much. Are there any alternatives to the text based grep and sed tools in Linux?


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 Re: multifile replac

 
 by mesterjakob on: Feb 23 2007
 
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there's a nice program kalled kdefilereplace that does this :)


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