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a few autocomplete quirks
JonB last edited by
not sure if these are new or not... all related to autocompletion after an equal sign if there is not a space after the =:
- pressing a single quote after an = only creates a single quote, rather than autoclosing the string normally. if you press a space after =, it behaves as expected.
- probably related, but if you press the quote button twice after an
=, such as in
self.flex='', the editor instead opens a triple quote.
- i have noticed jedi autocompletions are sometimes incomplete or nonexistent if missing the space after an
=... maybe this is only in the console. such as
self.content_mode=ui.does not show any of the ui members... placing the space in there does.
dgelessus last edited by
Somewhat related - the auto-paren-quote-matching doesn't recognize Unicode (
u"") and explicit bytes (
b"") literals. When the first quote is typed, the second one isn't added automatically, and when the second one is typed, it is recognized as a new literal and a third one is added to "close" the second one, which creates a long string literal by accident.