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version 0.3.3 on Mar 3rd, 2011

Adds auto-complete and code navigation features to scribes editor.

Installation

pip install scribes.python.rope

Take note. During install plugin will be placed in your real home.

Using

Project root is determined automatically if your code under GIT, Mercurial or Bazaar VCSes. In other cases you should create .ropeproject directory manually.

After first try to autocomplete or find definition there be placed rope's config.py which you may tweak.

Shortcuts

F3: Navigate to symbol definition under cursor

Ctrl+Space: Performs auto-complete

TODO

  • Use dynamic and static rope analyzing capabilities.
  • Show function parameters and documentation.
  • Use source code type hints.

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Last updated Mar 3rd, 2011

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