Projects / Katy


Katy is a text editor for KDE which is inspired by the Windows text editor UltraEdit. It will provide features such as decent keyboard navigation of files, End-Of-Line detection/conversion, nice Tab handling (tabs to spaces, spaces to tabs, tab sizes), and more.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Mar 2001 00:18

    Release Notes: A total rewrite for KDE2.

    •  09 May 2000 00:56

      Release Notes: Ability to zero length files, fixes for cutting to clipboard without a selection and tab insertion (using spaces), modified indicator updates correctly, addition of Upper Case/Lower Case/Toggle Case and Tabs To Spaces/Spaces To Tabs, no truncation of files with extended ASCII characters (Swedish, etc.), extended ASCII characters can be typed, proper loading of files with mixed end of line characters, and Enter key splits lines and appends new lines in Overwrite mode.

      •  02 Feb 2000 05:44

        Release Notes: Fixed a problem with scrollbar not updating properly when the font is changed and a problem with Shift+A-Z not doing anything. Added more configurable preferences.

        •  02 Feb 2000 00:50

          Release Notes: The QMultiLineEdit editor widget was replaced with the new TextWidget. Additions include Find and Replace dialogs, a Preferences dialog with an Appearance tab for changing editor font, various statusbar items (ReadOnly, Line, Column, Insert/Overwrite), and End-of-line detection/conversion.

          •  02 Nov 1999 16:30

            Release Notes: End-Of-Line detection/conversion (DOS CRLF, Unix LF, and Mac CR), a finished find dialog, an icon for the File->Close menu item, and a toolbar button.


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