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#1
Hi,

I've just release a new version of KhtEditor with a new plugin for checking python syntax (use pyflakes)

For more informations :
http://khertan.net/khteditor
 

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I used to launch pygtkeditor from the command line by typing pygtkeditor <filename>. Having installed khteditor, a similar launch doesn't seem to be working. Do I need to do something to tell the shell where to find the program?
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Originally Posted by TomJ View Post
I used to launch pygtkeditor from the command line by typing pygtkeditor <filename>. Having installed khteditor, a similar launch doesn't seem to be working. Do I need to do something to tell the shell where to find the program?
on N900
if the file is in your path
/usr/bin/khteditor_launch.py <filename>
 

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Originally Posted by SHARP66 View Post
on N900
if the file is in your path
/usr/bin/khteditor_launch.py <filename>
Blimey, a year and bit later, there''s a reply! Many thanks.
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#5
I could answer if i see the thread before
 
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#6
and no one complains about that bug in khteditor v1.0.7
editor_window.py
line 42 and 43:
replace = pyqtSignal(unicode,unicode,bool,bool,bool,bool)
replaceAll = pyqtSignal(unicode,unicode,bool,bool,bool,bool)
 
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There doesn't seem to be any help for this editor, unlike pygtkeditor. I've checked the usual ctrl- shortcuts but not found a 'goto line no.' one like pygtkeditor has or one or two others than the basics:
Ctrl-F=find/replace (better than pygtkeditor), Ctrl-G=find next, Ctrl-S=Save (and doesn't pop up another "untitled" new document window like pygtkeditor does if you closed the untitled file down before, hurrah), Ctrl-W=close window, Ctrl-O=open.

I could read the source code more I guess (thats where I got W/O from) but I didn't notice many others. Khertan's project page for it doesn't help either, just lists features and "about"/brief history.
 
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#8
Simple auto-complete plugin for khteditor
that would suggest possible word completions
based on the text in the current document.
It will popup a listview on shortcut(ctrl+space) or on first 3 character match
http://pastebin.com/vyA7asYb

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