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    Kate for Windows


    I was using KDE when I opened up Kate and started writing PHP, and I really loved it. I am going to hopefully be installing Linux soon, but until then, is there any equivalent program to Kate on Windows? I'm talking about the syntax highlighting, code blocks, multi-file editing, etc.

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    I love Kate, my favourite editor. Obviously it's a KDE program, so I don't think there'll be a windows port but a half decent equivalent is Notepad++, which you'll find on sourceforge.net

    It's nice, and minimises to system tray(as useless as that is in an editor). Only really found one or two bugs, mostly pretty tight.

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    In windows I use textpad. I think that there is no better text editor than textpad kate is good also but I think that textpad is a bit better, this is only my opinion, check it out by your self at www.textpad.com

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    Hi! How about Notepad++ ?

    .:: NOTEPAD++ ::.
    After all, hotepad work in English.
    I`d like it very much

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