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Takafumi Arakaki Dave Halter
Takafumi Arakaki
tkf commented October 24, 2012

I don't think it is using 100% of Jedi API, but still it's pretty useful.

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Dave Halter

Thank you!!! I'm not an Emacs user, but I really hope that people start using this!

Takafumi Arakaki
tkf commented October 24, 2012

Thank you developing a great Python tool!

BTW I forgot to send PR against dev branch. But I guess it's OK in this case.

Dave Halter

Yeah, as long as it's just README changes ;-)

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 `VIM-Plugin <>`_. So, if you want to test
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 Jedi for now, you'll have to use VIM. But there are new plugins emerging:
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-- `Emacs-Plugin <>`_ **Under construction**
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 - `Sublime-Plugin <>`_ **Under construction**
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