I just wanted to draw your attention to a question I just found on StockOverflow. It describes a problem I also face with the current versions (1.1.1 and latest EAPs),
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When writing Python code using compiled extensions (the OpenCV Python bindings, for example), PyCharm doesn't seem to be aware of their availability. The imports are marked with a grey underline, saying "unresolved reference" as a tooltip, and autocomplete doesn't work, either. (Except for the function names already used in the code.)
This isn't caused by wrong module paths, the code runs without error when started. Also, after I import the modules in a Python shell, autocomplete starts working as expected.
Is there a solution for that or is this an architectural limitation for compiled extensions? Are there any other IDEs that manage to cope with this problem?
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For example, I use some third-party libraries which come as *.pyd files exclusively. Importing them into a Python console works fine (e.g. PythonWin), even Eclipse with PyDev reveals the internal structure of the modules and autocomplete works as expected.
Has anyone made comparable observations with compiled extensions/modules?I'll try to set up a small example and provide the files tomorrow.
Thanks and regards,