Re: [code] [textadept] Python features not enabled?

From: seanh <>
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2013 14:51:07 +0100

>>> the Python module for Textadept needs to be installed separately. You
>>> can download it with other modules from the Downloads page:
>>> Direct link:
>>> Or grab it from Hg:
>>> In any case you need to place the `python` directory in
>>> `.textadept/modules`.
>>> After a restart it will load automatically when you open a Python file.
>> Thanks. It seems to be working. When I put the modules in
>> .textadept/modules/ I got a file not found error, so I tried putting
>> them in the directory where it seemed to be looking for them, which was
>> the modules subdir in the textadept_6.3.x86_64 dir that I'm running the
>> textadept binary from.
>> Now I seem to have automatic indentation and some code completion for
>> Python.
>> What should I expect the code completion to be able to do? ctrl-space
>> and ctrl-h seem to work for Python builtins such as map(), but not for
>> anything else, for example not for standard library modules that I
>> import, nor for classes and functions that I define in the file I'm
>> editing.
> In the python module there is a file that lists all
> the modules Adeptsense is generated for. Add the modules you are
> expecting and re-run the file.

That worked, thanks! At least for a couple of stdlib modules, I'll try
it out some more later, see if I can get it to work with all the
third-party modules I'm using and also the modules that I'm actually
developing on.

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Received on Tue 19 Feb 2013 - 08:51:07 EST

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