Moved from 17.12.3 to 19.12.3, and now my highligthing doesn't work anymore
mail at svenbrauch.de
Sat Apr 25 10:20:05 BST 2020
maybe we should consider displaying this path somewhere? It is, I guess, one
of the most asked questions about kate and since it changed ... 3 times? in
the last few years, few resources answer it correctly.
I could imagine a small dialog under "Help -> Search paths", or just
displaying the path in the settings dialog.
On Friday, 24 April 2020 11:02:13 CEST Philipp Hanselmann wrote:
> Hi Nibaldo!
> Thanks for the help.
> Now it works. Great, now I can use 19.x.x :-) without a limitation.
> May the Kate documentation should be updated with this information.
> Or is there somewhere a more accurate webpage of this docu existing?
> Am Fr., 24. Apr. 2020 um 05:05 Uhr schrieb Nibaldo González <
> nibgonz at gmail.com>:
> > Hi Philipp!
> > The directory "$HOME/.local/share/katepart5/syntax/" corresponds to old
> > versions.
> > The XML files should be located in:
> > - For the classic Kate installation:
> > *"$HOME/.local/share/org.kde.syntax-highlighting/syntax/"*.
> > - For Kate's Snap package:
> > *"$HOME/snap/kate/current/.local/share/org.kde.syntax-highlighting/synt
> > ax/"* .
> > - For Kate's Flatpak package:
> > *"$HOME/.var/app/org.kde.kate/data/org.kde.syntax-highlighting/syntax/"
> > *
> > .
> > Therefore, you must put your XML file in the directory corresponding to
> > the Snap package.
> > I tried it and it worked for me.
> > Regards!
> > El mar., 21 de abr. de 2020 a la(s) 12:04, Philipp Hanselmann (
> > philipp.hanselmann at gmail.com) escribió:
> >> Dear Kate developers
> >> I wrote an own markup file(see attachment) and used this the last years
> >> with Kate 17.12.3 and Ubuntu 18.04 successfully.
> >> The file is saved under:
> >> ~/.local/share/katepart5/syntax/confluence.xml
> >> Now I installed Kate 19.12.3 (snap package) and recognized that Kate
> >> can't find the markup anymore :-(.
> >> It tried to get it working, but finally I gave up and went back to Kate
> >> 17.x.x.
> >> Where should I put personal markup file instead under 19.12.3 ?
> >> Thanks for your help!
> >> Regards
> >> Philipp
> >> $ snap list | grep kate
> >> kate 19.12.3 60
> >> latest/stable kde*
> >> $ dpkg -l | grep kate
> >> ii kate 4:17.12.3-0ubuntu1 amd64 powerful text
> >> editor
> >> ii kate5-data 4:17.12.3-0ubuntu1 all shared data
> >> files for Kate text editor
> > --
> > ---
> > Atte.
> > Nibaldo González
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