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kate: intelligent code completion for all languages!

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Another thing which can be improved is the context sensitivity. Some languages already do this rather well, but many languages will higlight keywords also in places where it'd be easy to detect that the keyword does not make sense there. That doesn't matter that much for highlighting only, because generally users write code which makes sense, but still -- if you can detect it, both consumers of the highlighting data (the actual highlighting, and the completion engine) gain something from it. So, extra motivation for making things more exact! Wink

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