Google App Engine ProtoRPC Code Completion

Hey guys,

I'm fairly new to PyCharm (and Python development in general really) and I have a question concerning code completion support.

I'm currently playing around with the ProtoRPC module that the Google App Engine team made available, and have noticed that PyCharm isn't recognizing it as an available module.

It looks a little something like this...

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However, when I run/debug everything works great.

I'm curious, do I have to include the path to the ProtoRPC modules somewhere?

Full disclosure, I'm running the latest version of PyCharm on Windows 7.

Any help would be super!

Thanks,

Tom



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Hello Tom,

This should be fixed in the forthcoming PyCharm 2.0 release.

I'm fairly new to PyCharm (and Python development in general really)

and I have a question concerning code completion support.

I'm currently playing around with the ProtoRPC module that the Google

App Engine team made available, and have noticed that PyCharm isn't

recognizing it as an available module.

It looks a little something like this...

Image:unresolved.PNG However, when I run/debug everything works

great.

I'm curious, do I have to include the path to the ProtoRPC modules

somewhere?

Full disclosure, I'm running the latest version of PyCharm on Windows

7.

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Super! Thanks Dmitry!

yole wrote:

Hello Tom,

This should be fixed in the forthcoming PyCharm 2.0 release.

I'm fairly new to PyCharm (and Python development in general really)

and I have a question concerning code completion support.

I'm currently playing around with the ProtoRPC module that the Google

App Engine team made available, and have noticed that PyCharm isn't

recognizing it as an available module.

It looks a little something like this...

Image:unresolved.PNG However, when I run/debug everything works

great.

I'm curious, do I have to include the path to the ProtoRPC modules

somewhere?

Full disclosure, I'm running the latest version of PyCharm on Windows

7.

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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