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bug#31409: 25.3; Python.el: getting function signature with eldoc is not
bug#31409: 25.3; Python.el: getting function signature with eldoc is not automatic
Tue, 07 May 2019 22:18:53 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.2 (gnu/linux)
address@hidden (Sébastien Gendre) writes:
> In python-mode, to get a Python function signature in minibuffer, an
> user need to:
> - Start the Python shell (M-x run-python)
You can use C-c C-p.
> - Enable eldoc (M-x eldoc-mode)
This step is no longer needed, global-eldoc-mode is on by default.
> - Send function definition or import to the shell (C-M-x or M-x
> It's too much steps and less efficient than what we have for Emacs
> Lisp. :(
The last step (loading function) is needed for Emacs Lisp too. So I
guess just auto-starting Python shell would be needed.
> It would be so nice if this can be automaticaly done. Just move the
> point on a symbole and Emacs show you its signature directly.
> PS: I would be okay to work on this.
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