KKEdit – interesting text editor


KKEdit – interesting text editor. The application has the ability to quickly transition to the function Declaration, supports bookmarks, search and replace with regular expression support, the option to save/restore sessions and much more.

Some of the features KKEdit:

-the transition to the function Declaration
-finding the function Declaration
-find and open include file
-support for bookmarks
-starting external tools
-search and replace with regular expression support
-conservation and restoration of the session
-external tool can be run synchronously and asynchronously
-send selected text in an external tool
-search API ads in the installed GTK-documentation
-the syntax highlighting of source code
-and, of course, the opportunities available in most text editors, such as the indication of the number of rows and so on.


Despite the existence of some “advanced” features, KKEdit is not the IDE. He was not created to replace, for example, IntelliJ Idea, and other such tools. KKEdit is just a text editor with some interesting features you may find useful.
Installation into Linux Mint:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install kkedit
If you do not wish to add to your system PPA repository, you can manually download the deb packages KKEdit from here and install them manually (but you will not receive automatic updates via update Manager.
Good luck!!!
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