[wingide-users] PyQt Autocomplete in Windows

Mike Driscoll mdriscoll at co.marshall.ia.us
Wed Sep 8 12:30:06 MDT 2010

  On 1:59 PM, Christopher Ross wrote:
> Hello,
> I am trying to understand how to get auto complete to work with 
> pyqt4.  I am not sure if it is pyqt or how I have my project setup.
> I have added the pyqt4 directory to my project path, and also added 
> the pyqt4 directory to my projects folder.
> When I type in the code editor from "pyqt import " I do get a list of 
> moduels such as QtGui and QtCore.
> However when I type in "QtGui." later in the code, I do not get a list 
> of any code.   On the status bar a quick message pops up about not 
> finding any .pi files and is removing them from chache when I first 
> hit the "." key for a newly import module.   The source browse does 
> show classes such as QApplication when browsing, but does not show any 
> methods of those classes.
> Any help would be nice.
> Thanks,
> -Chris Ross
> As a side note, I did download and try the new version of PySide for 
> windows, and auto complete seems to work great.

I'm also having this problem. I was trying to go through Summerfield's 
book on PyQt, but it's a major pain with Wing since Wing can't seem to 
autocomplete most of PyQt's classes. I didn't add PyQt to my project 
setup or path, so it's good to know that that does not work either...

- Mike Driscoll

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