[Python-Dev] Q: maybe rlcompleter shouldn't expose __builtins__?
Fredrik Lundh" <email@example.com
Wed, 31 May 2000 16:05:41 +0200
> Thanks for the info. This choice of name is very confusing, to say =
> I used commandline completion with __buil TAB, and got __builtins__.
a simple way to avoid this problem is to change global_matches
in rlcompleter.py so that it doesn't return this name. I suggest
if word[:n] =3D=3D text:
if word[:n] =3D=3D text and work !=3D "__builtins__":
(should we do a series of double-blind tests first? ;-)
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