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  KWrite is a straightforward text editor with some very useful features

KWrite is the little cousin of the text-editing duo. It is, none-the-less, capable of use as a programming editor. If you need a more complex editor, take a look at Kate.

Some useful features:

  • Line numbers can be displayed
  • User-definable indentations
  • User-definable tabulation
  • Line-wrap can be dynamic or user-defined static
  • It can colorise programming syntax for several languages
  • It has Undo and Redo options
  • There is an excellent search and replace functionality, including reverse searching
  • Spell-checking can be enabled

Keyboard shortcuts are provided for almost every requirement.

Read more about Kate and KWrite on the project's web pages.

This page was last edited on 21 November 2008, at 17:17. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.