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hpr1840 :: Running external commands in Kate

Using the text filter option in the kate text editor.

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Kate is an excellent text editor. The "Text Filter" - enables easy text filtering, which by pressing Alt + Backslash pops up a screen that allows you to enter commands.

popup window showing the command

Settings > Configure Kate > Plugins > Text Filter

Kate (short for KDE Advanced Text Editor) is a text editor developed by KDE. It has been a part of KDE Software Compilation since version 2.2, which was first released in 2001. Geared towards software developers, it features syntax highlighting, code folding, customizable layouts, regular expression support, and extensibility.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_(text_editor)


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