Cleared everything again.
Used Miniconda this time.
Same again....  Spyder tries to AutoComplete...
Set SPYDER_DEBUG=1 and watched the logs when autocomplete is requested.
completions request
No valid responses acquired


On Monday, 2 April 2018 19:42:51 UTC+1, STSandy wrote:
>
> Ok, well thanks for looking. I wonder if it is just me. It hasn't worked 
> at all! :) 
> It is frustrating because Spyder is my preference really!
> Regards
> Andy
>
> On 2 April 2018 at 17:04, Carlos Córdoba <ccordob...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Sorry but I really don't know what could be the cause of your problem. We 
>> run several tests to verify that code completion is working, and they are 
>> passing just fine.
>>
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Carlos 
>>
>> El 02/04/18 a las 10:20, AndyH escribió:
>>
>> Hi Carlos,
>> It will not work for any package or variable.
>> Not even being as ambitious as numpy etc.
>> Just basic python.
>> Br
>> Andy
>>
>>
>> On Mon, 2 Apr 2018 at 15:46, Carlos Córdoba <ccordob...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> What package are you trying to complete? Autocompletion doesn't work for 
>>> all packages.
>>>
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Carlos
>>>
>>> El 02/04/18 a las 05:35, STSandy escribió:
>>>
>>> Hello all,  
>>> Autocomplete in Spyder Editor does not work. Do I need to abandon Spyder?
>>> Full disclosure here, before posting I have tried to solve this issue 
>>> for a significant period of time.
>>>
>>>    - I have tried uninstalling, re-installing anaconda. Multiple times.  
>>>    - Updating all packages..especially rope and Jedi.
>>>    - Downgrading / upgrading / version matching Spyder, ipython, rope, 
>>>    Jedi along with all the posts on git hub.
>>>    - Spyder -- reset 
>>>    - Set SPYDER_DEBUG=1 and watched the logs when autocomplete is 
>>>    requested. 
>>>       - completions request 
>>>       - No valid responses acquired 
>>>    - Spyder shows all dependancies are OK. 
>>>    - Enum removed (from git hub posts) 
>>>
>>> I cannot get the Spyder editor to autocomplete despite the console being 
>>> fine.
>>> Frustratingly Jupiter autocomplete works fine, Jupiter QT console works 
>>> fine.
>>> Other IDEs also work fine.
>>>
>>> What else to do...there seem to be many posts about this but no fix.
>>> Anyone else seen this / still have this. 
>>> Time spent is getting to be too long.
>>>
>>>    - MacBook Pro (new). 
>>>    - High Sierra.
>>>    - All installations etc though Anaconda / conda. (expect PIP to 
>>>    remove enum)
>>>    
>>>
>>> Any suggestions welcome! 
>>> Many Thanks
>>>
>>>
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