Hello, I get compile errors on dynamically assigned variables. For example:
foo.__dict__ <-- the compile error is on __dict__
Is there anything that can be done about this, or should I just live with the compile errors?
You get these errors from PyLint or Pydev Extensions?
I'm pretty sure Pydev, because I don't know what PyLint is. However, I know I installed Pydev.
I am disappointed in pydev... in how it works, and it's support.
Sorry to hear that... (too much to do too little time to get back -- I do try to get most things, but sometimes things just get lost in my mailbox).
BTW: That's a bug in Pydev Extensions... so, if you still want you can report it as a bug: http://pydev.sourceforge.net/faq.html#how_do_i_report_a_bug
Well Thank you. I understand that you're busy. I think I had the impression that pydev was further along that it is. I attemped using Wing IDE and as someone who is used to using Eclipse, I was disappointed in Wing. I tried pydev, and found that the debugger worked better than Wing. Because it worked so well, I had the impression that pydev was more mature. I am looking forward to using pydev once it is more stable. Thanks, and I apologize for the rant.
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