kate 4:19.04.3-0ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu


kate (4:19.04.3-0ubuntu2) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Add upstream_fix_missing_includes.diff

 -- José Manuel Santamaría Lema <email address hidden>  Mon, 12 Aug 2019 19:40:10 +0100

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Jose Manuel Santamaria Lema on 2019-08-12
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kate: powerful text editor

 Kate is a powerful text editor that can open multiple files simultaneously.
 With a built-in terminal, syntax highlighting, and tabbed sidebar, it performs
 as a lightweight but capable development environment. Kate's many tools,
 plugins, and scripts make it highly customizable.
 Kate's features include:
  * Multiple saved sessions, each with numerous files
  * Scriptable syntax highlighting, indentation, and code-folding
  * Configurable templates and text snippets
  * Symbol viewers for C, C++, and Python
  * XML completion and validation

kate-dbgsym: debug symbols for kate
kate5-data: shared data files for Kate text editor

 This package contains the architecture-independent shared data files needed
 for Kate editor

kwrite: simple text editor

 KWrite is a simple text editor built on the KDE Platform. It uses the Kate
 editor component, so it supports powerful features such as flexible syntax
 highlighting, automatic indentation, and numerous other text tools.

kwrite-dbgsym: debug symbols for kwrite