In the example below, code completion stops working inside a function. I am not sure why this is - is it a bug?
self.b = B()
x = A()
x.b.test_b() #code completion works fine here...
y = A()
y.b.| #code completion does not work here...
Is my previous question making sense? I got no replies, so just wondering...
The problem I have is that code completion works fine on attributes that are instances of classes, as long as you are not inside a function. When inside a function, it stops working. Is this normal?
It makes sense. Please enter that as a bug report.
p.s.: I'm taking a bit longer than normal to get back on some topics because with the migration of Pydev Extensions to Open Source I've got more e-mail than usually -- so, please add that to the bugtracker, where it won't be forgotten.
ok - done
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