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    Tikhon Belousko
    @DaZzz
    How can I check that package installed correctly?
    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    hi. create new python file and try write a piece of code (=
    nice
    @nice
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    hi, i need help
    anyone here?
    i installed SublimeJEDI using package control, but it is not showing up any completions
    i checked the sublime terminal
    its throwing errors:
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "./sublimeplugin.py", line 362, in run
    File "./sublime_jedi/go_to.py", line 104, in run
    File "./sublime_jedi/utils.py", line 211, in ask_daemon
    File "./sublimejedi/utils.py", line 121, in _init
    File "./sublime_jedi/utils.py", line 233, in get_settings
    File "./sublime_jedi/utils.py", line 325, in expand_path
    ValueError: zero length field name in format

    I'm using python2.7
    thanks
    FYI: I'm pretty new to Sublime Text 2, was a Vim user earlier.
    nice
    @nice
    Sysinfo: 14.04 Ubuntu/GNU/Linux, 64bit
    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    hi
    should be fixed in master branch
    manoj
    @manojinvisible
    hello
    i need to install autocomplete library for python in sublime text 3
    but i can not find
    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    Where are you looking it ?
    Hi
    manoj
    @manojinvisible
    already solved
    thanks
    Margus Kerma
    @kerma
    Hello. qq, am I right that find usages only works within one view? I didn't dig that deep but at the first clance it seems that only the active view source is passed to jedi engine?
    was hoping, that I get rid of the "cmd+d on class name, cmd+shift+f, enter" -> looking at all find results..
    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    Hi. No, find usages trying to find all over the "project" modules.
    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    Just made a test, jedi found usages only inside one package. But I didn't made any project settings.
    Margus Kerma
    @kerma

    hi!

    a somewhat simplified example, I have an top level package with a structure:

    ├── __init__.py
    ├── conf.py
    ├── export
    │   ├── mixpanel
    │   │   └── __init__.py
    │   └── salesforce
    │       ├── __init__.py
    │       └── multiquote.py
    └── lib
        ├── __init__.py
        └── api
            ├── __init__.py
            └── salesforce.py

    I have a class defined in lib.api.salesforce which is used in export.salesforce.multiquote. running the find usages on the class name just gives me the same file.

    so this is the "inside one package" limit, right?

    Serhii Ruskykh
    @srusskih
    I'm not sure that there is a "limit". Will set up project properly and will share the result (with project settings). Thanks for "test case".