On 11/26/2011 08:17 AM, Rex Dieter wrote:
Rex Dieter wrote:
> Sonic wrote:
>> I just found out that Kate was not installed by default on Fedora 16
>> even though I had selected 'KDE Software Development' during
>> installation. KDevelop is installed, but not Kate.
>> Was this a concious decision or a mistake?
> Oversight, kdesdk is included, but we missed re-adding kate when it was
> split out and packaged separately.
> I'll fix it in comps now.
Oh, just checked, kdesdk does indeed still have
So, did you somehow not get kdesdk either?
This happened again with F17.
I think its better to put Kate in KDE Software Development rather than
kdesdk. kdesdk is for people developing KDE apps, right? Since Kate is a
generic text editor and not just limited to developing KDE apps, it can
be put in some other generic group.