kateListFiles plugin it allows you to create two lists over the Kate text editor.
Version: 0.1kateListFiles plugin it allows you to create two lists over the Kate text editor, one with file types to filter opened files by type and another to list the files.
Operating System: Linux
Kate is a multi document editor, based on a rewritten version of the kwrite editing widget of KDE, offering all the features of that plus a bunch of its own. kateListFiles plugin it allows you to create two lists over the Kate text editor, one with file types to filter opened files by type and another to list the files.
Being a native KDE application, Kate is of course born with networking transparency, as well as it integrates with the outstanding features of KDE.
Choose it for viewing HTML sources from konqueror, editing configuration files, writing new applications or any other text editing task. You still needs just one running instance of Kate.
With a multi-view editor like Kate you get a lot of advantages. You can view several instances of the same document and all instances are synced..
Or you can view more files at the same time for easy reference or simultaneous editing. The terminal emulation and sidebar are docked windows that can be plugged out of the main window, or replaced therein according to your preference.
Here are some key features of "Kate":
· Edit all kinds of text files even if they are BIG (i.e. open a 50MB file in a few seconds).
· Powerfull syntaxhighlighting engine, extensible via xml files.
· Code Folding capabilities for C++, C, PHP, ...
· Dynamic Word Wrap - long lines are wrapped at the window border on the fly for better overview.
· Multiple views allows you to view more instances of the same document and/or more documents at one time.
· Can reopen files if you want it to.
· User can choose the encoding he wants for each file at save/open dialog.
· Built in dockable terminal emulation.
· Sidebars displays a list of open documents, a directory viewer with a directory chooser, a filter chooser and more.
· A plugin interface to allow third party plugins.
· Default project handling, possibly to be overridden by project handling plugins.
· A "Filter" command allows you to run selected text through a shell command.
· Global grep dialog
· KDE 4.x
· Cmake (to compile the code)