ktexteditor - Advanced embeddable text editor

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.1
Repository NetBSD amd64
Package filename ktexteditor-5.57.0.tgz
Package name ktexteditor
Package version 5.57.0
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type tgz
Category devel kde
Homepage https://community.kde.org/Frameworks
License gnu-gpl-v2 AND gnu-lgpl-v2.1
Maintainer -
Download size 2.31 MB
Installed size 12.50 MB
KTextEditor provides a powerful text editor component that you can embed in your
application, either as a KPart or using the KF5::TextEditor library (if you need
more control).
The text editor component contains many useful features, from syntax
highlighting and automatic indentation to advanced scripting support, making it
suitable for everything from a simple embedded text-file editor to an advanced


Package Version Architecture Repository
ktexteditor-5.57.0.tgz 5.57.0 i386 NetBSD
ktexteditor - - -


Name Value
gnupg2 >= 2.2.0
kparts >= 5.47.0nb6
libgit2 >= 0.28.0
qt5-qtbase >= 5.12.2nb2
syntax-highlighting >= 5.47.0nb6


Type URL
Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
Binary Package ktexteditor-5.57.0.tgz
Source Package ktexteditor

Install Howto

Install ktexteditor tgz package:

# pkg_add ktexteditor



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