EditorConfig Gedit Plugin
Downloading Gedit Plugin
Older versions of the EditorConfig Gedit plugin can be downloaded as an archive file from the tags page.
The plugin can also be downloaded using via Git as follows:
git clone git://github.com/editorconfig/editorconfig-gedit.git
First, make sure the core EditorConfig Python Core library is installed on your machine.
Next, install the plugin compatible with your version of Gedit by executing the
install.sh script. The
install.sh script should install the appropriate
plugin for your Gedit version. If this does not work, the instructions below
can be used to install the plugin manually.
After installing the plugin, it must be enabled in Gedit. To enable the plugin navigate to Edit -> Preferences -> Plugins and check the EditorConfig plugin.
To install the gedit 3 plugin manually, execute the following copy command:
cp -Lr editorconfig.plugin editorconfig_gedit3.py editorconfig_plugin ~/.local/share/gedit/plugins/
To install the gedit 2 plugin manually, execute the following copy command:
cp -Lr editorconfig.gedit-plugin editorconfig_gedit2.py editorconfig_plugin ~/.gnome2/gedit/plugins/
You might need to change "python3" in the file editorconfig.plugin to "python" if gedit complains the loader.
The EditorConfig Gedit plugin fully supports the following EditorConfig properties:
- end_of_line (only in Gedit <= 3.14)
- root (only used by EditorConfig core)
There is partial support for the following properties:
With the Gedit plugin the
tab_width cannot be set to a different value than
indent_style is "tab", tabs will be used for indentation
tab_width will be used for indentation size to maintain the correct width
of tab characters. When
indent_style is set to "space", the
property is ignored and tabs are always set to the width of