0.18.1 (2021-11-17)

  • Implict namespaces are now a separate types in Name().type
  • Python 3.10 support
  • Mostly bugfixes

0.18.0 (2020-12-25)

  • Dropped Python 2 and Python 3.5
  • Using pathlib.Path() as an output instead of str in most places: - Project.path - Script.path - Definition.module_path - Refactoring.get_renames - Refactoring.get_changed_files
  • Functions with @property now return property instead of function in Name().type
  • Started using annotations
  • Better support for the walrus operator
  • Project attributes are now read accessible
  • Removed all deprecations

This is likely going to be the last minor release before 1.0.

0.17.2 (2020-07-17)

  • Added an option to pass environment variables to Environment
  • Project(...).path exists now
  • Support for Python 3.9
  • A few bugfixes

This will be the last release that supports Python 2 and Python 3.5. 0.18.0 will be Python 3.6+.

0.17.1 (2020-06-20)

  • Django Model meta class support
  • Django Manager support (completion on Managers/QuerySets)
  • Added Django Stubs to Jedi, thanks to all contributors of the Django Stubs project
  • Added SyntaxError.get_message
  • Python 3.9 support
  • Bugfixes (mostly towards Generics)

0.17.0 (2020-04-14)

  • Added Project support. This allows a user to specify which folders Jedi should work with.
  • Added support for Refactoring. The following refactorings have been implemented: Script.rename, Script.inline, Script.extract_variable and Script.extract_function.
  • Added Script.get_syntax_errors to display syntax errors in the current script.
  • Added code search capabilities both for individual files and projects. The new functions are, Project.complete_search, and Script.complete_search.
  • Added to make it easier to display a help window to people. Now returns pydoc information as well for Python keywords/operators. This means that on the class keyword it will now return the docstring of Python’s builtin function help('class').
  • The API documentation is now way more readable and complete. Check it out under A lot of it has been rewritten.
  • Removed Python 3.4 support
  • Many bugfixes

This is likely going to be the last minor version that supports Python 2 and Python3.5. Bugfixes will be provided in 0.17.1+. The next minor/major version will probably be Jedi 1.0.0.

0.16.0 (2020-01-26)

  • Added Script.get_context to get information where you currently are.
  • Completions/type inference of Pytest fixtures.
  • Tensorflow, Numpy and Pandas completions should now be about 4-10x faster after the first time they are used.
  • Dict key completions are working now. e.g. d = {1000: 3}; d[10 will expand to 1000.
  • Completion for “proxies” works now. These are classes that have a __getattr__(self, name) method that does a return getattr(x, name). after loading them initially.
  • Goto on a function/attribute in a class now goes to the definition in its super class.
  • Big Script API Changes:
    • The line and column parameters of jedi.Script are now deprecated
    • completions deprecated, use complete instead
    • goto_assignments deprecated, use goto instead
    • goto_definitions deprecated, use infer instead
    • call_signatures deprecated, use get_signatures instead
    • usages deprecated, use get_references instead
    • jedi.names deprecated, use jedi.Script(...).get_names()
  • BaseName.goto_assignments renamed to BaseName.goto
  • Add follow_imports to Name.goto. Now its signature matches Script.goto.
  • Python 2 support deprecated. For this release it is best effort. Python 2 has reached the end of its life and now it’s just about a smooth transition. Bugs for Python 2 will not be fixed anymore and a third of the tests are already skipped.
  • Removed settings.no_completion_duplicates. It wasn’t tested and nobody was probably using it anyway.
  • Removed settings.use_filesystem_cache and settings.additional_dynamic_modules, they have no usage anymore. Pretty much nobody was probably using them.

0.15.2 (2019-12-20)

  • Signatures are now detected a lot better
  • Add fuzzy completions with Script(...).completions(fuzzy=True)
  • Files bigger than one MB (about 20kLOC) get cropped to avoid getting stuck completely.
  • Many small Bugfixes
  • A big refactoring around contexts/values

0.15.1 (2019-08-13)

  • Small bugfix and removal of a print statement

0.15.0 (2019-08-11)

  • Added file path completions, there’s a new Completion.type now: path. Example: '/ho -> '/home/
  • *args/**kwargs resolving. If possible Jedi replaces the parameters with the actual alternatives.
  • Better support for enums/dataclasses
  • When using Interpreter, properties are now executed, since a lot of people have complained about this. Discussion in #1299, #1347.

New APIs:

  • Name.get_signatures() -> List[Signature]. Signatures are similar to CallSignature. Name.params is therefore deprecated.
  • Signature.to_string() to format signatures.
  • Signature.params -> List[ParamName], ParamName has the following additional attributes infer_default(), infer_annotation(), to_string(), and kind.
  • Name.execute() -> List[Name], makes it possible to infer return values of functions.

0.14.1 (2019-07-13)

  • CallSignature.index should now be working a lot better
  • A couple of smaller bugfixes

0.14.0 (2019-06-20)

  • Added goto_*(prefer_stubs=True) as well as goto_*(prefer_stubs=True)
  • Stubs are used now for type inference
  • Typeshed is used for better type inference
  • Reworked Name.full_name, should have more correct return values

0.13.3 (2019-02-24)

0.13.2 (2018-12-15)

  • Fixed a bug that led to Jedi spawning a lot of subprocesses.

0.13.1 (2018-10-02)

  • Bugfixes, because tensorflow completions were still slow.

0.13.0 (2018-10-02)

  • A small release. Some bug fixes.
  • Remove Python 3.3 support. Python 3.3 support has been dropped by the Python foundation.
  • Default environments are now using the same Python version as the Python process. In 0.12.x, we used to load the latest Python version on the system.
  • Added include_builtins as a parameter to usages.
  • goto_assignments has a new follow_builtin_imports parameter that changes the previous behavior slightly.

0.12.1 (2018-06-30)

  • This release forces you to upgrade parso. If you don’t, nothing will work anymore. Otherwise changes should be limited to bug fixes. Unfortunately Jedi still uses a few internals of parso that make it hard to keep compatibility over multiple releases. Parso >=0.3.0 is going to be needed.

0.12.0 (2018-04-15)

  • Virtualenv/Environment support
  • F-String Completion/Goto Support
  • Cannot crash with segfaults anymore
  • Cleaned up import logic
  • Understand async/await and autocomplete it (including async generators)
  • Better namespace completions
  • Passing tests for Windows (including CI for Windows)
  • Remove Python 2.6 support

0.11.1 (2017-12-14)

  • Parso update - the caching layer was broken
  • Better usages - a lot of internal code was ripped out and improved.

0.11.0 (2017-09-20)

  • Split Jedi’s parser into a separate project called parso.
  • Avoiding side effects in REPL completion.
  • Numpy docstring support should be much better.
  • Moved the settings.*recursion* away, they are no longer usable.

0.10.2 (2017-04-05)

  • Python Packaging sucks. Some files were not included in 0.10.1.

0.10.1 (2017-04-05)

  • Fixed a few very annoying bugs.
  • Prepared the parser to be factored out of Jedi.

0.10.0 (2017-02-03)

  • Actual semantic completions for the complete Python syntax.
  • Basic type inference for yield from PEP 380.
  • PEP 484 support (most of the important features of it). Thanks Claude! (@reinhrst)
  • Added get_line_code to Name and Completion objects.
  • Completely rewritten the type inference engine.
  • A new and better parser for (fast) parsing diffs of Python code.

0.9.0 (2015-04-10)

  • The import logic has been rewritten to look more like Python’s. There is now an InferState.modules import cache, which resembles sys.modules.
  • Integrated the parser of 2to3. This will make refactoring possible. It will also be possible to check for error messages (like compiling an AST would give) in the future.
  • With the new parser, the type inference also completely changed. It’s now simpler and more readable.
  • Completely rewritten REPL completion.
  • Added jedi.names, a command to do static analysis. Thanks to that sourcegraph guys for sponsoring this!
  • Alpha version of the linter.

0.8.1 (2014-07-23)

  • Bugfix release, the last release forgot to include files that improve autocompletion for builtin libraries. Fixed.

0.8.0 (2014-05-05)

  • Memory Consumption for compiled modules (e.g. builtins, sys) has been reduced drastically. Loading times are down as well (it takes basically as long as an import).
  • REPL completion is starting to become usable.
  • Various small API changes. Generally this release focuses on stability and refactoring of internal APIs.
  • Introducing operator precedence, which makes calculating correct Array indices and __getattr__ strings possible.

0.7.0 (2013-08-09)

  • Switched from LGPL to MIT license.
  • Added an Interpreter class to the API to make autocompletion in REPL possible.
  • Added autocompletion support for namespace packages.
  • Add, a new random testing method.

0.6.0 (2013-05-14)

  • Much faster parser with builtin part caching.
  • A test suite, thanks @tkf.

0.5 versions (2012)

  • Initial development.