Like Kate, Kompare seems to be missing too. Rex told me that Kate
part of 'kdesdk' group, which I chose not to install. But I had 'KDE
software development' selected in Anaconda's package list.
Anyway, I could manually install kate since its available as an
independent package. But I couldn't locate kompare as an independent
After a bit of searching, I found it as 'kdesdk-kompare'. In the process
I found Okteta as kdesdk-okteta - already installed on my machine.
So, couple of doubts - when I select 'kde software development':
1. kate is a separate package - not installed by default
2. kompare is listed as kdesdk-kompare - not installed by default
3. Okteta, listed as kdesdk-okteta, surprisingly is installed by default!
all of those are installed by default in 'kde-software-development'. Do
recall that as part of debugging this, you mentioned choosing to omit
'kdesdk', which would've pulled all of these in.
(okteta is pulled in indirectly via kdevelop too, which probably explains
how you got it)