Jedi - an awesome autocompletion/static analysis library for Python¶
Release v0.9.0. (Installation)
Jedi is a static analysis tool for Python that can be used in IDEs/editors. Its historic focus is autocompletion, but does static analysis for now as well. Jedi is fast and is very well tested. It understands Python on a deeper level than all other static analysis frameworks for Python.
Jedi has support for two different goto functions. It’s possible to search for related names and to list all names in a Python file and infer them. Jedi understands docstrings and you can use Jedi autocompletion in your REPL as well.
Jedi uses a very simple API to connect with IDE’s. There’s a reference implementation as a VIM-Plugin, which uses Jedi’s autocompletion. We encourage you to use Jedi in your IDEs. It’s really easy.
To give you a simple example how you can use the Jedi library, here is an example for the autocompletion feature:
>>> import jedi >>> source = ''' ... import datetime ... datetime.da''' >>> script = jedi.Script(source, 3, len('datetime.da'), 'example.py') >>> script <Script: 'example.py'> >>> completions = script.completions() >>> completions [<Completion: date>, <Completion: datetime>, ...] >>> print(completions.complete) te >>> print(completions.name) date
As you see Jedi is pretty simple and allows you to concentrate on writing a good text editor, while still having very good IDE features for Python.
Autocompletion can look like this (e.g. VIM plugin):
- End User Usage
- Installation and Configuration
- Features and Caveats
- The Plugin API
- API Return Classes
- Jedi Development
- Jedi Testing