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Jan 2019
CAM Gerlach
@CAM-Gerlach
Jan 18 00:14
@OldGuyInTheClub Yes. In Spyder 3, you can see them listed in the fast symbol search and in the Outline pane with the f symbol for functions and the m symbol for methods. If you run the file, you can also see them all listed in the Variable Explorer if you deselect Exclude unsupported data types and then sort by the Type column.
In Spyder 4, there is also a new Selector for classes and functions that will show drop down lists of all classes, functions and methods in the current file and you can click on one to navigate to it.
Old Guy in the Club
@OldGuyInTheClub
Jan 18 02:59
Thanks, I'll try it out.
hofingermarkus
@hofingermarkus
Jan 18 22:52
HI guys,
when I try to run spyder from the curent master branch with "python -- bootstrap.py" I get various errors every time I try it. (this time 'no module named qdarkstyle')
What is the most recent commit that is considered runnable? (4.01b runs of course)
Or are there any additional dependencies, or some additional to prepare the anaconda environment I forgot?
I did check the Github wiki but didn't find it...
Carlos Cordoba
@ccordoba12
Jan 18 23:16
@hofingermarkus, please read our Contributing guide to understand how to run our master branch
The process in that guide will create a conda env and install all master dependencies in half an hour and under any operating system
hofingermarkus
@hofingermarkus
Jan 18 23:21
Thanks I was exactly looking for that! Maybe It could be placed/linked more prominently. I was finding many pages about debugging spyder etc. but not this page even though I knew it existed...
Muchas gracias por la ayuda!
Carlos Cordoba
@ccordoba12
Jan 18 23:35

Muchas gracias por la ayuda!

Con mucho gusto!

hofingermarkus
@hofingermarkus
Jan 18 23:37
The new dark theme is truly awesome! :) Just can't wait for version 4 to come!
Carlos Cordoba
@ccordoba12
Jan 18 23:44
Yep, it was a really nice addition ad I'm sure a lot of people will be thrilled with it