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Kate is a programmer's text editor by KDE. It features stuff like codefolding, syntaxhighlighting, dynamic word wrap, an embedded console, an extensive plugin interface and some prelimentary scripting support. But Kate is more than a programmer's editor. Its ability to open several files at once makes it ideal for editing many configuration files.

Features

  • MDI, window splitting, window tabbing
  • Spell checking
  • CR, CRLF, LF newline support
  • Encoding support (utf-8, utf-16, ascii etc.)
  • Encoding conversion
  • Regular expression based find and replace
  • Powerful syntax highlighting and bracket matching
  • Code and text folding
  • Infinite undo/redo support
  • Block selection mode
  • Auto indentation
  • Auto completion support
  • Shell integration
  • Wide protocol support (http, ftp, ssh, webdav etc.) using kioslaves
  • Plugin architecture for the application and editor component
  • Customizable shortcuts
  • Integrated command line
  • Scriptable using JavaScript

To install Kate, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco install kate --version 18.12.2

To upgrade Kate, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco upgrade kate --version 18.12.2

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