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[https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gedit '''gedit'''] is an open-source text editor written in C and Python and built on the GTK+ toolkit. It is part of the core application suite of GNOME. It has syntax-highlighting for a wide variety of different programming languages (such as C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, ''etc.''), but it has no [[IDE]]-type features like linting or auto-completion.  
 
[https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gedit '''gedit'''] is an open-source text editor written in C and Python and built on the GTK+ toolkit. It is part of the core application suite of GNOME. It has syntax-highlighting for a wide variety of different programming languages (such as C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, ''etc.''), but it has no [[IDE]]-type features like linting or auto-completion.  
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==Installation==
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gedit comes pre-installed on Fedora Workstation, as it is part of the GNOME core application suite. On other installations of Fedora one merely needs to run:
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$ sudo dnf install gedit
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to install gedit.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:32, 8 January 2017

gedit is an open-source text editor written in C and Python and built on the GTK+ toolkit. It is part of the core application suite of GNOME. It has syntax-highlighting for a wide variety of different programming languages (such as C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, etc.), but it has no IDE-type features like linting or auto-completion.

Installation

gedit comes pre-installed on Fedora Workstation, as it is part of the GNOME core application suite. On other installations of Fedora one merely needs to run:

$ sudo dnf install gedit

to install gedit.