[PyKDE] auto-Complete questions

John Fabiani jfabiani at yolo.com
Mon Oct 11 10:03:40 BST 2004

On Monday 11 October 2004 01:29, Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
> On Monday 11 October 2004 08:08, John Fabiani wrote:
> > On Sunday 10 October 2004 22:54, John Fabiani wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I come from the windows world where I have a thing called
> > > Intellisense (Visual FoxPro).  Intellisense some how is aware of
> > > all available functions (even user defined functions).  I was
> > > wondering if that's what auto-complete is suppose to do?  It
> > > appears that my version only knows about what is in the current
> > > file and excludes any of the import statements.  It maybe that
> > > the doc's explain it better but what I have read so far does
> > > little to clear up my confusion.   I'm using 3.4.2 on SUSE 9.1
> > > x86_64 thanks for your help.
> Well, you could try my rpms on sf.net (as announced lately). My eric
> build comes with a set of ready to use API files, just configure eric
> to use them. To adjust them to your system, simply rebuild the
> src.rpm.
> > Just downloaded 3.5.0 and it has more on the auto-complete.  But
> > using API appears to give me something to do with QT (that's a
> > guess).  In either case I was hoping that it would provide a list
> > of my import functions/methods.
> >
> > BTW when I click on 'About Eric' it closes the editor down.
> Not here.
> Pete
Somebody suggested that I look at wings.  I download their beta and it's sort 
of running.  But it does have the intellisense that I was looking for - at 
least when I type 'wx.' a list pops up of available functions.  Is this how 
the API is suppose to work?  I ask because I really don't know how to setup 
the API.  There is a radio button selection but when I set it to API I get a 
select box with a list of items I do not know.  
Thanks for your help!  BTW the debugger works well!

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