Eclipse And PyDev

Steve Phillips steve077 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 19:46:45 CET 2009


Thanks. I noticed that when I was on my windows box at work and I
would check it and click apply then ok and when I go back to those
prefs and it isn't checked. I did that a few times. I will try it on
my Linux box tomorrow at home and see if I have the same results.

Thanks again
Steve


>
> On 3/6/09, Kathryn Van Stone <kvs at pobox.com> wrote:
> >
> > On Mar 6, 2009, at 1:25 PM, Steve Phillips wrote:
> >
> >> All,
> >> I realize this question may not belong here but I am going to ask
> >> anyway to the current users of Eclipse and PyDev.  It's regarding
> >> the auto-complete feature.  Say you want to type "sys.path.append
> >> ('yada yada yada')", using say Komodo or IDLE.  When you get to
> >> "sys.path.ap" and type a "(", it will complete the .append.  Is
> >> there a setting somewhere in Eclipse where I can do that too.
> >> Currently if I type "sys.path.ap", it ends up as being "sys.path.ap
> >> (".  Any ideas?  I know I am seriously nitpicking, but I am spoiled
> >> by other editors and I really like Eclipse so far after giving it a
> >> second shot with PyDev.
> >>
> >
> > The characters that Pydev automatically autocompletes on is
> > configurable.  Goto the Eclispse preferences, and look for Pydev ->
> > Editor -> Code Completion. On of the options is to complete on
> > '(' (which is not set by default).
> >
> > -Kathy Van Stone
> > kvs at acm.org
> >
> >
>
>
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