External Libraries autocomplete question.

Hi guys,

            looking forward to using PyCharm. Have the 94.582 version up and running with python 2.6 as my interpreter(/usr/bin/python2.6) on an Ubuntu 9.10 machine. I can create Django projects and everything but none of the external libraries that are listed offer any sort of code completion. Built in modules like os or sys do. Is this a missing feature in this version, a known bug or am I doing somehting wrong?

Thanks !

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Hello nicholas,

Could you please attach ~/.PyCharm10/config/options/jdk.table.xml ?

Hi guys,

looking forward to using PyCharm. Have the 94.582 version

up and running with python 2.6 as my interpreter(/usr/bin/python2.6)

on an Ubuntu 9.10 machine. I can create Django projects and everything

but none of the external libraries that are listed offer any sort of

code completion. Built in modules like os or sys do. Is this a missing

feature in this version, a known bug or am I doing somehting wrong?

Thanks !

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I do not have that file on my drive. Have created it with rw permissions for everybody just in case but it did not change anything.

My JDK_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/

Any idea?

Thank you very much.

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Hi Nicholas,

My JDK_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/

This environmental variable is used for launching PyCharm iteself and it has nothing to do with Python SDKs.

Have you tried "Reload button" for selected interpreter in File | Settings | Python Interpreter?

Regards,

Oleg

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Had already tried. Retried it to make sure. Doesn't work. Thanks for the input though.

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