Enki: A text editor for programmers
For most Linux and Windows users: use the pre-built binaries from the official site. But if you feel brave..
master branch can be unstable or even broken. Use releases if you are not going to hack Enki
1. Install dependencies
- Python-Markdown. For Markdown preview
- python-docutils. For reStructuredText preview
- ctags. For navigation in file
- regex. For preview synchronization
- CodeChat. For source code to HTML translation (literate programming)
- Sphinx. To build Sphinx documentation.
- Flake8. To lint your Python code.
Debian and Debian based
apt-get install python3 libqt5svg5 python3-pyqt5 python3-markdown python3-docutils ctags pip3 install -r requirements.txt
Install Qutepart from sources.
Find and install listed packages with your package manager. Install Qutepart from sources.
Go to official pages of the projects, download packages and install according to instructions.
2. Get the sources
Download source archive
3. Install Enki
python3 setup.py install
Don't forget to send a bug report if you are having some problems
Running from the source tree
- Andrei Kopats (aka hlamer) ported core and some plugins to Python, reworked it and released the result as Enki
- Filipe Azevedo, Andrei Kopats and Monkey Studio v2 team developed Monkey Studio v2