If you are talking about text editors for GNU / Linux, Linux users will have lots of suggestions. However, it is important that most editors are looking at a specific type of user.
For example, Kate, especially for tons of code editing, is associated with additional features.
In contrast to other similar programs, Kate does not disturb with minimalism and instead comes from an editing tool and an embedded terminal, from File explorer, with an interface full of editing tools.
Kate session support, spell check, bookmarking system, highlight support, self-contained and simultaneous editing of different files, among many other features.
For this more, Kate has made its name as the most interesting option to replace your default text editor
|OpenSource||4.11.2a (64 bits)||Kate Team|