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by tushortz ST2/ST3

Extended Python completion features for Sublime text

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More Python Completions

A sublime text package that displays total completions of module methods as found on the Python documentation website. Also offers completion for import statements

preview

Usage

  • i- –> imports module
  • normal typing of method names shows methods for modules
  • y-modulename –> shows both module and method e.g. y-method shows modulename.methodname

Installation

Important: You need to have Package Control installed first on your sublime text which can be found at The Package Contol Website

Using Package Control's Repository

Go to Preferences –> Package Control –> Add Repository –> then type into the textbox https://github.com/tushortz/More-Python-Completions

After doing this, then go to: Preferences –> Package Control –> Install Package –> then search More-Python-Completions and click it.

The package will be installed and ready for use.

Using Git

Locate your Sublime Text Packages directory by using the menu item Preferences -> Browse Packages....

While inside the Packages directory, clone the theme repository using the command below:

git clone https://github.com/tushortz/More-Python-Completions

or just download the zipped folder, extract it and paste the extracted folder into your sublime text packages directory.

Contributing

All contributions are welcome. fork More Python Completions on Github and create a pull request. Any suggestions or bugs, please let me know.

Licence

© 2016 Taiwo Kareem | taiwo.kareem36@gmail.com.

Read license.txt

Acknowledgements

I'd first like to say a very big thank you to God my creator. Without him, this wouldn't be possible.