kate: execute scripts (python, perl, ...)?

Kristian Rink kawazu428 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 11:40:41 GMT 2012

Hi Mirko;

Am Freitag, 14. Dezember 2012, 12:31:24 schrieb Mirko K.:
> Ah, sorry, forgot to mention that it is a plugin that you need to
> enable first. See Settings -> "Configure Kate" -> "Build Module"

Ahhhh. That was the missing piece. Thanks a bunch! :)

> > Furthermore, if not using kate: Are there any other KDE aware programmer /
> > text editors to be used for scripting languages? What do you use, if any?
> Well, I use Vim most of the time. In the past I used KDevelop for
> more complex things (though I'm just a hobby programmer and don't
> really have a need for a full blown IDE).

I see. Well actually as I do server-sided Java development for a living, I use 
NetBeans or Eclipse most of my days. Though at least the latter has quite good 
Python tooling, it generally feels a bit too heavy to always launch a "large" 
IDE just for hacking a few scripts, and feels even worse launching a Java/GTK+ 
app when trying to work with PyKDE4. ;)

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