Source code for jedi.utils

Utilities for end-users.

from __future__ import absolute_import
import __main__
from collections import namedtuple
import logging
import traceback
import re
import os
import sys

from parso import split_lines

from jedi import Interpreter
from jedi.api.helpers import get_on_completion_name


[docs]def setup_readline(namespace_module=__main__): """ Install Jedi completer to :mod:`readline`. This function setups :mod:`readline` to use Jedi in Python interactive shell. If you want to use a custom ``PYTHONSTARTUP`` file (typically ``$HOME/``), you can add this piece of code:: try: from jedi.utils import setup_readline setup_readline() except ImportError: # Fallback to the stdlib readline completer if it is installed. # Taken from print("Jedi is not installed, falling back to readline") try: import readline import rlcompleter readline.parse_and_bind("tab: complete") except ImportError: print("Readline is not installed either. No tab completion is enabled.") This will fallback to the readline completer if Jedi is not installed. The readline completer will only complete names in the global namespace, so for example:: ran<TAB> will complete to ``range`` with both Jedi and readline, but:: range(10).cou<TAB> will show complete to ``range(10).count`` only with Jedi. You'll also need to add ``export PYTHONSTARTUP=$HOME/`` to your shell profile (usually ``.bash_profile`` or ``.profile`` if you use bash). """ if READLINE_DEBUG: logging.basicConfig( filename='/tmp/jedi.log', filemode='a', level=logging.DEBUG ) class JediRL(object): def complete(self, text, state): """ This complete stuff is pretty weird, a generator would make a lot more sense, but probably due to backwards compatibility this is still the way how it works. The only important part is stuff in the ``state == 0`` flow, everything else has been copied from the ``rlcompleter`` std. library module. """ if state == 0: sys.path.insert(0, os.getcwd()) # Calling python doesn't have a path, so add to sys.path. try: logging.debug("Start REPL completion: " + repr(text)) interpreter = Interpreter(text, [namespace_module.__dict__]) lines = split_lines(text) position = (len(lines), len(lines[-1])) name = get_on_completion_name( interpreter._module_node, lines, position ) before = text[:len(text) - len(name)] completions = interpreter.completions() logging.debug("REPL completions: %s", completions) except: logging.error("REPL Completion error:\n" + traceback.format_exc()) raise finally: sys.path.pop(0) self.matches = [before + c.name_with_symbols for c in completions] try: return self.matches[state] except IndexError: return None try: # Need to import this one as well to make sure it's executed before # this code. This didn't use to be an issue until 3.3. Starting with # 3.4 this is different, it always overwrites the completer if it's not # already imported here. import rlcompleter import readline except ImportError: print("Jedi: Module readline not available.") else: readline.set_completer(JediRL().complete) readline.parse_and_bind("tab: complete") # jedi itself does the case matching readline.parse_and_bind("set completion-ignore-case on") # because it's easier to hit the tab just once readline.parse_and_bind("set show-all-if-unmodified") readline.parse_and_bind("set show-all-if-ambiguous on") # don't repeat all the things written in the readline all the time readline.parse_and_bind("set completion-prefix-display-length 2") # No delimiters, Jedi handles that. readline.set_completer_delims('')
def version_info(): """ Returns a namedtuple of Jedi's version, similar to Python's ``sys.version_info``. """ Version = namedtuple('Version', 'major, minor, micro') from jedi import __version__ tupl = re.findall('[a-z]+|\d+', __version__) return Version(*[x if i == 3 else int(x) for i, x in enumerate(tupl)])