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Read the [http://kate-editor.org/ Kate and KWrite Website]
 
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Revision as of 10:13, 31 May 2012

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A straightforward text editor with some very useful features

Feature Overview

  • Line numbers, syntax highlighting, and code folding
  • User-definable indentations and tabulation
  • Line-wrap can be dynamic or user-defined static
  • Excellent search and replace functionality, including reverse searching
  • Spell-checking

KWrite is the little cousin of the text-editing duo. It is, none-the-less, a very powerful text editor and capable of use as a programming editor.

If you need a more complex editor, take a look at Kate.

Read the Kate and KWrite Website and the KWrite Handbook

Keywords

Text editor, notepad


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