[wingide-users] Unknown type when using unittest
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Tue Dec 1 08:00:06 MST 2009
Joshua J. Kugler wrote:
> I have code such as this:
> import unittest
> class TestTest(unittest.TestCase):
> def test_test(self):
> When typing it, when I hit the '.' in self, I get the popup list for
> assertFoo. However, after I select a function (e.g. assertTrue), Wing
> tells me "Cannot determine type."
> Some simple glitch on my end? Bug in wing?
It's due to the distinction between finding a symbol and knowing its type.
Goto-definition does work here because Wing knows where the symbol is
In this case I think Wing is failing to extract the type from the way
assertTrue is defined:
assert_ = assertTrue = failUnless
This case is on our list of things to add to the type inferencer.
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