I decided to go to Sublime collided with the following problem.
- sublime puthonide
- all autocomplite
- Sublime CodeIntel
When starting any code on Python in Sublime issues:
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[shell_cmd: py -3 -oo -u “D: \ Programming \ Python \ Learning \ Programm Deal List \ Test.py”]
[DIR: D: \ Programming \ Python \ Learning \ Programm Deal List]
[Path: C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ Oracle \ java \ javapath; C: \ ProgramData \ Oracle \ java \ javapath; C: \ Program Files (x86) \ amd app \ bin \ x86_64; C: \ Program Files (x86) \ AMD APP \ BIN \ x86; C: \ Windows \ System32; C: \ Windows; C: \ Windows \ System32 \ WBEM; C: \ Windows \ System32 \ WindowsPowerShell \ v1.0; C: \ Program Files \ Dotnet; C: \ Program Files \ Nvidia Corporation \ Nvidia NVDLISR; C: \ Program Files (x86) \ NVIDIA Corporation \ Physx \ Common]
In fact, the reasons can be a lot, the type of incorrect installation / adjustment adjustments or their conflict with each other. For example, to sublime Codeintel work, you must first install CodeIntel in Python.
However, without this, a set of plugins, to put it mildly, not very:
- Sublime Puthonide – not updated for five years
- all autocomplite – trying to clamp an immense
- Sublime CodeIntel – also 3 years as in a coma
- From the entire list of Sublimerepl even less, but also requires setting.
Instead of all this, it is better to install:
- to illuminate errors – sublime linter , which has a separate module for working with Python sublimelinter-pylint (in the python itself it should be set pylint )
- for auto pump and navigation by definitions – Jedi – Python Autocompletion
- to start code (instead of repol) and work with terminals – Terminus
In principle, this is quite enough for comfortable work with the code, especially if you penetrate and configure for yourself.