Is this a Kate feature?

Edgar Kalkowski eMail at
Sun Jun 21 14:47:49 BST 2009

I think the new files you can create with Konqueror are configured via .desktop files in


and corresponding .txt/.html/.php/.whatsoever files in


So all that happens when you create a new file of a certain type in Konqueror is that it copies e.g. /usr/share/templates/.source/index.php to the location you specified for the new file. Knowing this you could perhaps change Konqueror’s behaviour to something you like more. ;)


Am oder ungefähr am Sonntag, 21. Juni 2009 um 15:07:57 schrieb Dotan Cohen:
> In Konqueror I created a new file in a new directory on a remote
> machine and called it index.php. When I opened this new file in Kate I
> found this:
> <html>
>   <head>
>     <title></title>
>     <meta content="">
>     <style></style>
>   </head>
>   <body></body>
> </html>
> Is that Kate's way of trying to be helpful, or has something
> interesting happened?
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