[wingide-users] undetermine type
marcus at internetnowasp.net
Fri Jul 4 10:22:26 MDT 2008
Is there a way to manually add this to the IDe, somekind of config file
or macro? I mean putting things like assert(isinstance, and changing
coding style to fit the ide is kinda weird lingo to me, coming from VS
The are many styles in python i wish to use as is and which i really do
like the style for eg :
l = o[:] instead of l = list(o)
l = (1,2,3) instead of l = tuple((1,2,3))
- but of course isn't helpful if you want something like x = y[:-3]
exactly, the  is used so naturally in python that i would rather stick to that
then changing for the ide sake. At the end of the day, its makes a difference when i am reading the whole code.
Lawrence Oluyede wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 3:21 PM, Wingware Support <support at wingware.com> wrote:
>> Yes, I believe Wing is missing x = y[:] as an inferencing opportunity. We
>> to improve this in the future. Note that x = list(y) would work in this
>> but of course isn't helpful if you want something like x = y[:-3]
> Yep. I used list() because [:] does the same. Create a copy of the list.
> Otherwise if the list is modified afterwards also the reference passed would.
> Just assumed the behavior :)
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