[CentOS] Latest version of kate editor

Tue Feb 2 17:02:40 UTC 2016
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On 02/02/2016 03:50 PM, Lamar Owen wrote:
> On 02/02/2016 09:28 AM, Jonathan Billings wrote:
>> CentOS is not a bleeding-edge distribution that constantly keeps
>> packages up to date with the upstream projects.  If you want that, try
>> another distribution like Fedora.
> <rant>
> GNOME can get a rebase to a newer version, but KDE can't..... this 
> from a former KDE user who would love to go back to KDE but refuses to 
> deal with the issues older versions have.
> This is, of course, an upstream issue and not a CentOS one, and I know 
> that.... so I now use GNOME, even though it would be nice to see 
> parity in the allowing of a rebase of KDE like the one for GNOME.
> </rant>
>> There is a 3rd-party repository that might have an upgraded KDE:
>> http://www.trinitydesktop.org/about.php
> Trinity Desktop (TDE), is a fork of KDE 3.x, and not updated from 
> that.  So in ways it is older, yet newer.
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What do people use as a programming editor on CentOS 6? My first 
impression of kate was favorable, not only did it support the usual 
programming and scripting languages but also markdown which I have 
recently discovered...