shandy.b at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 18:53:57 CEST 2009
Makes it Ctrl-n do the completion, like vim.
On Apr 2, 7:59 am, Steven D'Aprano <st... at REMOVE-THIS-
> Does anyone use the tab-completion recipe in the docs?
> suggests using this to enable tab-completion:
> import readline
> except ImportError:
> print "Module readline not available."
> import rlcompleter
> readline.parse_and_bind("tab: complete")
> which is all very nice, but it makes it rather difficult to indent code
> >>> def func(x):
> Display all 174 possibilities? (y or n)
> I like tab-completion, but I'd rather not be reduced to typing spaces for
> indents in the interpreter. What do other people do?
> Can I bind Ctrl-tab to the completion instead of regular tab? I tried
> readline.parse_and_bind("C-tab: complete") but it still completes on
> regular tab.
> The GNU readline library claims that M-tab (which I guess is Alt-tab)
> will enter a tab character. Problem is that Alt-tab is intercepted by my
> window manager for something else.
> Any other suggestions or hints?
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