On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 14:22:01 +0000 (UTC), Tim Michelsen email@example.com wrote:
I first would like to say that I am a happy user of Geany: it's not to heavy
I have one question though: Does Geany support or will it support calltips for the following languages:
- python like for instance in Editra:
On the screenshot there are not calltips shown but usual symbol autocompletion. This is basically possible with Geany, you just need a file with known symbols(methods) of some common python classes. As you probably might have experienced, Geany already suggests you known methods in the current file while typing. Calltips are even more than this. Calltips mean the whole method/function signature, i.e. the return value and the arguments.
For HTML, we have entity auto completion, e.g. . What else could/should be auto completed?
Mainly the same as for Python: it's basically possible but one has to create a list with known common symbols.