dhaumann at kde.org
Fri Sep 7 12:01:49 BST 2018
What Alex wrote is correct. There is still ongoing work by Shaheed Haque
and Stefan Brüns to create Python bindings for KDE, who are CCed.
PS: I would not say the plugins will never be available in Kate 5. It all
boils down to someone doing the work...
Alex Turbov <i.zaufi at gmail.com> schrieb am Fr., 7. Sep. 2018, 12:40:
> the problem is that for all that years, since migration to KF5, nobody
> cares about Python bindings for KF5 libraries, hence Kate can't port the
> Pate plugin, which is a "Python host" for writing plugins using Python...
> So all that KDE4 stuff just don't work in your version at all and I'm
> starting to think never will ...
> On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 12:04 PM Sampsa Riikonen <sampsa.riikonen at iki.fi>
>> Have the python plugins
>> been deprecated at some moment?
>> I am running Kate 17.12.3 on Ubuntu 18
>> How they are supposed to work / where they are supposed to be placed ?
>> ~/.kde/share/apps/kate/plugins$ tree
>> ├── filetree
>> ├── katecloseexceptplugin
>> ├── katekonsole
>> ├── katepateplugin .. maybe here? this directory is empty
>> ├── katesearch
>> └── project
>> I tried to place them under plugin and under katepateplugin in different
>> ways .. kate never found them
>> Other people are experiencing similar problems..
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