Neovim and neovim/python-client
NeoBundle 'zchee/deoplete-jedi' # or Plug 'zchee/deoplete-jedi'
Note: If you don't want to use a plugin manager, you will need to clone this repo recursively:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/zchee/deoplete-jedi
When updating the plugin, you will want to be sure that the Jedi submodule is kept up to date with:
git submodule update --init
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#server_timeout: The timeout (in seconds) for jedi server to workaround endless loop in jedi. Increase it if you cannot get completions for large package such as pandas (see #125). Default: 10
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#statement_length: Sets the maximum length of completion description text. If this is exceeded, a simple description is used instead. Default:
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#enable_cache: Enables caching of completions for faster results. Default:
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#show_docstring: Shows docstring in preview window. Default:
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#python_path: Set the Python interpreter path to use for the completion server. It defaults to "python", i.e. the first available
$PATH. Note: This is different from Neovim's Python (
:python) in general.
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#debug_server: Enable logging from the server. If set to
1, server messages are emitted to Deoplete's log file. This can optionally be a string that points to a file for separate logging. The log level will be inherited from
g:deoplete#sources#jedi#extra_path: A list of extra paths to add to
sys.pathwhen performing completions.
If you are using virtualenv, it is recommended that you create environments specifically for Neovim. This way, you will not need to install the neovim package in each virtualenv. Once you have created them, add the following to your vimrc file:
let g:python_host_prog = '/full/path/to/neovim2/bin/python' let g:python3_host_prog = '/full/path/to/neovim3/bin/python'
Deoplete only requires Python 3. See
:h nvim-python-quickstart for more