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Add python support to pyqode

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pyqode.python adds python support to pyQode (code completion, calltips, …).


  • calltips mode (using Jedi)
  • code completion provider (using Jedi)
  • code folding mode
  • auto indent mode
  • on the fly code checkers (frosted (fork of PyFlakes), PEP8)
  • a customisable python specific syntax highlighter
  • a pre-configured QPythonCodeEdit (with the corresponding Qt Designer plugin)


pyQode is licensed under the MIT license.


pyqode.python depends on the following libraries:

  • python 2.7 or python 3 (>= 3.2)
  • pyqode.core
  • jedi
  • pep8
  • frosted
  • docutils


$ pip install pyqode.python --upgrade


pyqode.python has a test suite and measure its coverage.

To run the tests, you must first install tox and pytest:

$ pip install tox pytest

You might also want to install pytest-cov and pytest-pep8.

Then you can run the tests by running the following command:

$ tox

To run the tests for a specifc environment, use the -e option. E.g. to run tests with python 2.7 and pyqt4, you would run:

$ tox -e py27-pyqt4

Here is the list of available test environments:

  • py27-pyqt4
  • py27-pyqt5
  • py32-pyqt4
  • py32-pyqt5
  • py33-pyqt4
  • py33-pyqt5
  • py34-pyqt4
  • py34-pyqt5
  • cov
  • pep8

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