The following forum message was posted by fabioz at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydev/forums/forum/293649/topic/4477776:
Hi there, thanks for the review... would you mind adding error reports for those?
If they stay only here in the forum they'll end up getting lost -- and if I
enter it for you, I won't be able to ask more things about it :)
Still, some notes:
1. Can you give an example? (I just installed paste -- i.e.: easy_install paste
-- and it seemed to work for me, so, an example of what's failing would be nice
when you create the bug report).
3. Actually, the whole point is asking the code to be analyzed through a shell
in runtime, but yes, I agree it could ask for all the modules beforehand and
create stubs and cache it for you (although that's something that's slow --
which is the main reason it still isn't done)
4. Please create bug reports with the cases you encounter, as those probably
have to be dealt for each specific situation...
5. Ok (should probably be a choice on whether to create the src folder or add
the project root to the pythonpath -- still, this should be a configuration,
but note that you can still create it without the src folder and add the project
itself as the pythonpath root).
6. Not sure here... it does that if the cursor is in the current line where
text would be entered, and if you moved the cursor somewhere else, you probably
want to do a copy/paste operation -- then ctrl+end, arrow up for the completion
(I really don't like the idea of having to use the mouse just to do a copy/paste
7. This should be fixed in the latest nightly
10. Yes, I don't think adding platform specific hacks is something good (if
each interpreter adds something different from the spec, that's something pretty
bad as a whole, the Jython should do as the guys from CPython do when wrapping
a library, changing print to print_, etc -- still, if more people request this,
I might consider adding it). As for the class decorators, using a newer version
of a Python grammar should be enough for you (as class decorators are there
in latest Python grammars).
11. I believe there's a report for that already...
12. Sorry, won't do that (I really don't want to add a stronger dependency to
JDT). But if someone is willing to spend time studying the JDT api and keeping
support over that as JDT evolves, I can apply a patch for it.