Execute a File
dhaumann at kde.org
Thu Oct 24 19:06:25 BST 2019
you should be able to do what you want with the new External Tools plugin:
You'll need the upcoming 19.12 release, though, or some recent snapshot.
J.Arun Mani <J.ArunMani at protonmail.com> schrieb am Do., 24. Okt. 2019,
> (Please CC me as I haven't subscribed)
> Few questions related to Kate.
> 1. Is there any easy way to execute a file. Like I have a .py file and
> want Python to run it. Does Kate have any simple way of doing that?
> 2. On a quick Internet search, I got
> https://github.com/goinnn/Kate-plugins but the repo is unmaintained and
> its owner says that Kate has these plugins in itself. But I don't see
> PyFlakes or Pylint anywhere in Kate?
> 3. Is there a good place where I can get a lot of Kate plugins?
> 4. Why is Kate showing "(c) 2000 - 2016", shouldn't that be 2019??
> 5. I installed Kate from Snap in my GNOME Debian system and text is not
> visible. That is text like "File", "Help" (which are at the top) isn't
> visible. AppImage works fine though.
> 6. Kate is awesome. Keep up the good work.
> Nice day !
> J Arun Mani
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