KKEdit 0.2.6 recently released, is a deceptively simple Linux Gtk2 text editor with syntax colouring designed specifically for coders. It has a function menu which allows you to jump instantly to a function definition, a navigation menu which will look in all open files for a function definition and then switch to that tab and go to the relevant line if it can’t find a definition in any open files it will do a recursive search from the folder of the currently selected document.
KKEdit 0.2.6 update
- Removed redundant ‘Restore Session With Bookmarks’ bookmarks are now reloaded by default.
- All tabs updated at once when restoring session.
- Jumping to bookmark now also places cursor at bookmark.
- Plugins can now use restore session routine.
- Fixed minor dnd bug.
- Added barber pole to restore session.
- Fixed numerous minor widget sensitivity bugs.
- Plugin folder changed is now ~/.KKEdit/plugins-gtk.
- Fixed minor memory leak.
- Made switchPage callback visible to plugins.
- Stoped horizontal scrollbar flashing up when wrap lines is active.
- Removed some small error messages from startup
- full changelog
Install KKEdit 0.2.6 on Ubuntu 14.04 & Ubuntu 14.10
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kkeditcomments powered by Disqus