Kate is a multi-document editor part of KDE since release 2.2. Being a KDE application, Kate ships with network transparency, as well as integration with the outstanding features of KDE. Choose it for viewing HTML sources from konqueror, editing configuration files, writing new applications or any other text editing task. You still need just one running instance of Kate. Learn more...
Kate Language Server Protocol Client
Qt Creator 4.9 uses KSyntaxHighlighting
Removing Files from Git History
Kate History – KDE 4 Porting
Privacy and Hugo Themes
Hugo Extended on CentOS 7
After first using the Hermit theme, I moved to the Hugo Coder theme to have a nicer front page and menu at the top. Unfortunately that needs Hugo in the “extended” version. The binary one can download on https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/releases doesn’t run on CentOS 7, unlike the normal variant you get there (too new libstdc++ needed). One has to recompile it to get that working. To make it easier for others, to do so, just: