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Do not duplicate '=' when tab completing a kwarg with the cursor on '=' #10547

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@bartz bartz commented May 11, 2017

Fix for #9404:

Adjust completion text when the last character is an '=' and the cursor is on a '='

@@ -43,6 +43,11 @@ def _elide(string, *, min_elide=30):
return '{}.{}\N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS}{}.{}'.format(parts[0], parts[1][0], parts[-2][-1], parts[-1])


def _adjust_completion_text_based_on_context(text, body, offset):
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Could the naming be a bit clearer about what this function does? 'adjust based on context' is rather generic. Or maybe add a comment explaining the idea.

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takluyver commented May 12, 2017

Thanks. Do you also want to add a brief description in docs/source/whatsnew/pr/, to go into the release notes.

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Carreau commented May 14, 2017

Thanks. Do you also want to add a brief description in docs/source/whatsnew/pr/, to go into the release notes.

I think we can do that ourself when we write the release notes. It should be about time to release IPyhon 6.1 in a week or so as I believe we have a couple of bugfixes.

@Carreau Carreau merged commit 5c21c0a into ipython:master May 14, 2017
@Carreau Carreau added this to the 6.1 milestone May 29, 2017
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