[wingide-users] Code navigation and type inferencing
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Jan 29 06:12:36 MST 2010
Two more feature requests for wing code navigation / type inferencing.
A common pattern in my code (and generally I think) is to assign to an
instance member *twice*. To initialise in the __init__ method to None
and then later to assign a real value.
If I use goto definition Wing invariably takes me to the initial None
assignment which is invariably *not* what I want. Additionally Wing will
not offer me autocompletion on members initialised to None - presumably
because it is uncertain of the type.
As initialising to None is a common special case it would be nice if
code navigation and auto-complete could handle it... :-)
All the best,
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