osgeo code completion support?

I have been using Pycharm for a month or so and have found the Code Completion to be very useful.Just recently howver I am working with the Python osgeo module and am finding that most of the Classes and methods, in the Code Completion, are missing. Have I missed something or is full support for this module missing?

I am using version 1.5.4 of Pycharm.

Cheers.

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Hello Daryl,

PyCharm doesn't have any specific support for osgeo, but normally this shouldn't

be needed. Maybe there is some problem that prevents the module from being

indexed correctly. Could you please file an issue at http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/

and provide a code example where completion doesn't fully work?

I have been using Pycharm for a month or so and have found the Code

Completion to be very useful.Just recently howver I am working with

the Python osgeo module and am finding that most of the Classes and

methods, in the Code Completion, are missing. Have I missed something

or is full support for this module missing?

I am using version 1.5.4 of Pycharm.

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Thanks Dmitry.

I think I have found out what the problem was. When I first started using Pycharm I made a project out of an already existing folder, containing many subdirectories of many various Python scripts.This seems to be the reason that some Modules' methods couldn't be picked up by Pycharms code-completion.I have now started a new project and copied my files over and now it all works as expected.How should I have gone about hooking into that Directory structure (as a Project) with Pycharm in the first place?

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Hello Daryl,

Normally all you need to do is to use "Open Directory" and point PyCharm

to the root directory of your project.

Thanks Dmitry.

I think I have found out what the problem was. When I first started

using Pycharm I made a project out of an already existing folder,

containing many subdirectories of many various Python scripts.This

seems to be the reason that some Modules' methods couldn't be picked

up by Pycharms code-completion.I have now started a new project and

copied my files over and now it all works as expected.How should I

have gone about hooking into that Directory structure (as a Project)

with Pycharm in the first place?

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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