[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] KATE
silver.salonen at gmail.com
Sat Dec 27 01:41:58 PST 2008
But how should noob know that he should install Kate PBI? And if a noob needs
a script editor he can consider himself at least a bit of a software
developer. So he may consider adding a "Software Development Kit" when install
process prompts it to him.
But it's a general issue anyway - the best and basic of KDE is already chosen
into KDE base packages and all the other great software is for an user to
discover. He also has Google to get many-many recommendations about it.
On Saturday 27 December 2008 01:48:24 Marcel Klinz [PC-BSD.de] wrote:
> when a noob installs pc-bsd, he/she doesn´t know what kate is.
> later he/she needs a script editor. pc-bsd ist for noobs and not for kde
> or freebsd specialists.
> i like it when a os comes minimalistic with the base installation. but
> it has to be easy to install, the editor the user want.
> Kris Moore schrieb:
> > Kate is apart of kdesdk as mentioned, which is also apart of pcbsd under
add / remove software -> components. Since its available with pcbsd as part of
the base I haven't gone ahead and made a standalone pbi of it. If kate ever
ends up being made a seperate port, I may reconsider.
> > ------Original Message------
> > From: Marcel Klinz [PC-BSD.de]
> > Sender: pbi-dev-bounces at lists.pcbsd.org
> > To: PBI Test
> > Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Pbi-dev] KATE
> > Sent: Dec 26, 2008 11:23 AM
> > Silver Salonen schrieb:
> >> On Friday 26 December 2008 18:14:19 Marcel Klinz [PC-BSD.de] wrote:
> >>> what about a kate pbi? in version 7.* is no kate :-(
> >>> what other editors are good? i love notepad++
> >> Hello.
> >> Kate should be in kdesdk package, so if you don't have it installed,
> >> it :)
> > wow, i think you have established a record in answering in this list ;-)
> > yes, i know how to install kate, but for what is the pbi format!?
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