Coding Python is soo easy now!

ok i re install it completely
copied the xml file to notepade++

beginning to work now with Ctrl Space

i tried the example for the bpy.op.mes

but don’t get the right menu selection !

it’s almost like it does not see your new xml file

is there another setting to select different plugin may be ?

i saw an plugin import !
should i used this to install new xml page ?

Thanks

Whow, a reason to use notepad++.
thanks …
I had an ‘old’ version, but 5.7 looks very much better :wink:

PKHG

You’re right. Notepad++ is an open source text editor and has very robust and useful tools.

Ricky

I really don’t understand what your problem is. I think this is not a plugin problem.Try to change some settings, reinstall it again, briefly, do trial and error method…

Btw,

You’re welcome everyone who likes it. I’m going to add it some functional examples (location=, delta= etc.)

Forever Blender! :yes:

very awesome! WOW! this should make life a whole lot easier

Notepad ++ is the sickest [email protected]#ing text editor ever. I’ve been using it for a couple of years now.
Your autocomplete xml trick for blender is just freaking amazing!!! I can’t wait until the Python API is finalized! Thanks for your time and hard work. Thanks.

so… i was looking at another post here and it mentions for example the decimater modifier…
original post here : http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?t=191984

i was hoping this notepad++ would act like intellisense in additional autocomplete
for example :

when typing

mod.

that the autocomplete already suggests ratio / realtime

you know? just wondering… either way i’ll be using notepad++ again now this xml is available :slight_smile: thank you

zeffii

Notepad++ already has an intellisense feature.

Go to Preferenses >Back up/Auto-completion and Enable auto-completion on each input.

http://img842.imageshack.us/img842/2645/12849098.png

Btw, I changed some code listing and added new things.

Demohero.

superb! yep, the auto suggesting works a treat. this certainly replaces Python IDLE

Thank you “Demohero”
Its working great.

Hi,
can we use that file for an other editor ? i’m using Gedit under linux wich is a good soft for programming

AWESOMEEEEEEEE!!!:yes::yes::yes::yes::yes:
:smiley:

hope that one day, the word completion will come “into” blender text editor ! for the best !

Thank you, its really appreciated.

Thank you Demohero…this is awesome…!

This doesn’t work properly for me. Here’s what I get when I try the examples in the OP (“impor” doesn’t give anything at all):

http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/2136/nppautocomplete.png

It’s nothing like as useful. :frowning:

Artfunkel

I know this is not a perfect solution for auto-completion, but you can easily edit this *.xml file. Open it with a text editor, and change or add new structures…

I have small suggestion

Read about “Predefined Completions” in PyDEV
http://pydev.org/manual_101_interpreter.html

Predefined completions are completions acquired from sources that provide only the interfaces for a given Python module (with Python 3.0 syntax).
A predefined completion module may be created by having a module with the extension “.pypredef” with regular Python 3.0 contents, but with attributes having assigns to its type and methods having as the body a sole return statement – and the docstring may have anything.

To create “.pypredef” files we need use code from
https://svn.blender.org/svnroot/bf-blender/trunk/blender/source/blender/python/doc/sphinx_doc_gen.py

notepad++ is very good but eclipse is the best
and can debug python in blender

Er, surely I should be getting the same results as in the screenshots you posted? If I have to hand-edit the file something is going wrong.

a question, with notepad++ you can send de script to blender?, in other words you can execute de script in blender from notepad?

Very useful, simple and ingenious!