This plugin leverages json to enhance the word completion plugin with a language specialized library.
For more information about this plugin, consider visiting: http://gedit.evolved.com.br/.
The MIT License Copyright (C) 2011 Fabio Zendhi Nagao
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- The plugin requires python json package installed.
- Download this repository using
$ git clone git://github.com/nagaozen/gedit-plugin-codecompletion.gitin your *nix terminal or by clicking at the Download button at top selecting the master branch.
codecompletionfolder into your
- Open gedit and click
Edit -> Preferences -> Plugins.
- Check the
Evolved Code Completionand hit
- That's it! The plugin should be working.
new: Initial release