xyz = 1
self.methodB(xyz) <- do ctrl+1 here
def methodB(self, xyz):
Attached offending code, undefined method at line number 46.
Given the 'simple' instructions it doesn't happen for me... and in the attached file, line 46 is empty, so, I couldn't reproduce it there either.
So, it's actually possible that this is already fixed... which PyDev version are you using? Can you attach a 'simple' example with instructions on how to reproduce it (if you're already in the latest released version, it could be that something is different in your file, such as indentation or some strange character. which I'm not putting when trying to reproduce it).
I have uploaded a simplefied example that should reproduce this issue (at least is does for me). You should be able to just load both file up from Eclipse and do Ctrl+1 on the last line in the test.py file (ln# 43) to reproduce.
I tested it here with the example and it worked (I must say that initially I though the error happened, but the ctrl+1 location was still there, just scrolled down).
So, can you check with the latest nightly to see if it's working for you there?
What is the update site for the latest nightly?
The update sites are available at:
Fixed for me in 2.6
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