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Doc​Py

by RicherMans ST3

Sublime 3 Pydoc plugin

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Sublime3-pydoc

Sublime 3 Pydoc plugin. This plugin autocompletes Docstrings if using python function definitions.

Description

DocPy autocompletes a docstring for any python function definition and inserts default arguments which can then be replaced.

Installation

Either way install it using Package Control or download it.

Package Control

Open the install dialog pressing CtrlShiftP and type in “Install Package” and then Enter

Search for DocPy and press once again Enter

Manual Install

Download the package unzip the package files into the sublime directory:

~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/DocPy

Completion

Currently only function completion is currently available.

To activate the completion just right after ( or near ) any function definition type in the leading ''' or “”“ and then simply press Enter

The default behaviour is that the given arguments will be written out with a placeholder when autocompleting.

Autocompletion also works with default parameters, which prints out the default value.