Python Auto Completion
EditRocket supports auto completion in Python when typing module_name., assuming
the module was imported using an import statement, such as import sys. EditRocket
can also do variable auto completion for Python if the variable is referencing
a standard module. For module level auto completion,
all methods, functions, and members for a module are displayed
when typing module followed by a (.).
For example, assuming the import string line is included in the Python program, typing string. will display a list of all string functions, members, and methods. Selecting a value will insert the value into the editor and display a tooltip with the signature for the value if applicable.
EditRocket is aware of dozens of Python modules from aifc to zlib and supports auto completion on all of those modules.
The auto completion delay, and whether or not to turn on Python auto complete can be configured in the Auto Complete tab in the preferences window.