Apologies if this has been covered, I couldn't find a feature request for "autocomplete" that looked relevant.
Symbol autocomplete (which is very useful) offers symbol alternatives as expected, but these symbols do not include language keywords. In the very specific case of writing Python, using the pass statement, which is naturally the end of a line, I'm getting autocompletes on symbols starting "pass", which are substituted in when I hit Return. This may be applicable under other circumstances, it's just "pass" that's biting me. I've verified this behaviour under 0.21 (via apt) and 1.23.1 (compiled just now) on:
Linux denmark 3.2.45-custom-20130529 #1 SMP Wed May 29 10:43:58 NZST 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
running Kubuntu 12.04. Screenshot attached.
I can work around by bumping the autocomplete length, but I wonder if it'd be possible to include keywords when autocompleting symbols?
Many thanks for Geany -- I fell on it while trying to edit a 20,000 line YAML file (three cheers for folding!) and it looks like it might become my editor of choice.