I use pycharm 2.6 EAP under OSX 10.7 with a homebrew python installation and it's amazing!
One thing which bothers me though is the lack of autocompletion for my VTK-Library (http://www.vtk.org/
). I've installed everything like described in my blog post under http://powernap.github.com/blog/2012/08/20/install-python-together-with-vtk-using-homebrew-for-mountain-lion/
I've added the custom installation in pycharm like seen here: http://cl.ly/image/3v3J0v3s0f0y
. Everything compiles just fine.
The problem is that there is no autocompletion for VTK-Components, like seen here: http://cl.ly/image/2y3I1J3K1Q0h
. VTK itself is recognized correctly and skeletons were build for it - it's objects are recognized like seen here: http://cl.ly/image/3c0U3z3W2R20
. With exactly the same version loaded, eclipse together with pydev is able to build an autocompletion for this example (even though it's not perfect either): http://cl.ly/image/0Y2v3E1j1l18
. Eclipse's python settings are as follows: http://cl.ly/image/2e2P1F3w1A3D
Is it possible to somehow activate the autocompletion in pycharm in a similar fashion like eclipse does with pydev? It is really annoying to always look into the documentation for each method.