4.11.2a (64 bits)

Advanced text editor for KDE




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If you're talking about text editors for GNU/Linux, Linux users will have plenty of suggestions. But it's important to note that many of the editors available are geared toward a certain type of user.

Kate, for example, stands out for specializing in code editing, with tons of additional features.

As opposed to other, similar programs, Kate doesn't bother with minimalism and instead comes with an interface full of editing tools, from file explorers to a search tool and an embedded terminal.

Kate also includes session support, spellcheck, a bookmarking system, highlighting support, autocomplete, and simultaneous editing of various files, among many other features.

For this and more, Kate has made its name as one of the most interesting options to replace your default text editor.

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