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Month: February 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Useful Kate scripts

From: Keith Daniels <keithwdaniels@...>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 14:48:43 -0500
There are two "different" types of scripts you can use with Kate.

The ones in the links below which, call kate and operate on the entire

The ones that are called using the Kate built in "Filter Text" command
that only applies to highlighted text inside Kate--using the keyboard
shortcut Ctrl+\ for instance.

Do you want both types or only those that run from external scripts,
like the examples you gave?


On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Darrell Anderson
<humanreadable@...> wrote:
> I was considering opening an enhancement request to add some missing features to Kate. Specifically, adding a word count feature is what motivated me.
> Rather than file an enhancement request for adding a word count feature, I decided to first request a list of Kate scripts that all of you find useful. The key is "find useful" because there probably are hundreds or thousands of scripts floating around the web that could be added to Trinity. A word count script is useful. :)
> At this point I don't know whether the scripts should be added as part of tdeaddons or posted someplace at the wiki or web site. We can decide that later. Possibly we can vote and the most popular half-dozen can be added to tdeaddons and the remainder posted to the wiki or web site.
> If you use any such scripts, please share the name of the script and a full description. Either attach a copy to your email or post a link to the script.
> A full description is important because file names often are cryptic and do not lend well toward understanding the script's purpose.
> By the way, I found some word count script candidates:
> I have yet to test. :)
> Thanks!
> Darrell
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Keith W Daniels - 2012