Re: Does kxmleditor or khexedit still exist or can they be compiled with build options?
- Date: Wed, 09 Nov 2016 19:04:57 +0100
- From: Luigi Toscano <luigi.toscano@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Does kxmleditor or khexedit still exist or can they be compiled with build options?
On Wednesday, 9 November 2016 11:48:02 CET David C. Rankin wrote:
> I have moved to plasma and I'm trying to track down some favorite
> missing applications or pieces of applications. Specifically, I'm trying
> to locate kxmleditor and kxml_compiler. I can't find either.
Those were not developed by the KDE community, and they seems to not be
> I'm also trying to locate khexedit. Same issue, I can't seem to find
> it. I don't recall whether is was part of kdeutils or kdelibss and
> whether there is an option to generate it currently. Does anybody know
> if it's still in the current code?
You probably want to use Okteta.
> Same thing with kxmleditor. Anybody know if it, or a replacement
> exists in the current code?
Not as visual editor, to my knowledge.
> Lastly, I'm also trying to find a way to 'preview' code from dolphin
> with source highlight. I constantly used to use the "Embedded Advanced
> Text Editor" katepart preview to preview C, html, php files with the
> syntax highlighting. Currently I can only find an okular preview and I
> cannot find a way to enable source highlighting. Is there a way to
> build/install the "Embedded Advanced Text Editor" preview or generate it
> through a rebuild of katepart? Is there a way to enable source highlight
> in okular that I'm missing?
That depends on your distribution. If you only have okular preview, maybe you
are using kdelibs4-based software, while kate moved to Qt5.