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Well, the right answer is that it depends. Pydev should be able to analyze the
most common cases successfully, but there can be some cases where things don't
go so well (mainly because of the dynamic nature of python).
So, without your particular use-case, it's hard to actually know if it should
work for you or not (and have in mind that those are usually exceptions, and
there are ways you can help pydev to know about those cases, or at least mark
it to ignore those warnings).
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