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Tab-completion only available when entering the debug mode for some python packages.

Hi,

I try to run the AiiDA-core python package with the example given here.

According to the instructions here: https://aiida.readthedocs.io/projects..., I can use the verdi shell command to invoke a ipython shell which can do the completions correctly.

But when I edit the above mentioned script with wing, then the corresponding completions will be disabled. Say for the following code snippets:

from aiida import load_profile
load_profile()

from aiida.engine import submit
from aiida.orm import load_node, Code, Dict

code = Code.get_from_string("wannier90-3.1.0-wannier-manual")  # REPLACE <CODE LABEL>
# Prepare the builder to launch the calculation
builder = code.get_builder()

All of the builder.* part will not have completion suggestions. On the other hand, if I put the cursor at the end of the above code block and then running the code with Debug to Cursor ( Alt + F5 ). At the end, the corresponding completions will be enabled.

But how to enable the tab-completion without entering the debug mode?

Any hints for this problem?

Regards

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asked 2020-04-04 03:13:44 -0600
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updated 2020-04-07 08:14:35 -0600
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If you're not debugging or working in the Python Shell, Wing is using only static analysis to offer completion, and the code where it's failing is created dynamically in a way that resists static analysis. You can get Wing to also use dynamic/runtime analysis by setting a breakpoint and running to it, or working interactively in the Python Shell. That way it should be reporting what is actually there at runtime, as does any shell like iPython.

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answered 2020-04-06 07:07:05 -0600, updated 2020-04-06 07:14:51 -0600
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