Stubs for common IronPython CLR assemblies. These stubs are intended to be used by the autocomplete engine of editors like Atom, Sublime, and Visual Studio Code.
If your are writing python code that targets IronPython, and using modules loaded through the Common Language Runtime (clr),
your editor's autocomplete engine (which runs on regular python) will not be able to access those non-native modules.
In other words, modules/or packages loaded through
clr.AddReference() are not available on your autocomplete engine.
The workaround here is simple: Use IronPython to crawl through these libraries, and create 'stubs' or 'mock objects'. These 'stubs' can then be used by the CPython autocomplete engine. The stubs include doc strings as well as constructor/function/method signatures.
This repository contains the code to create these stubs, and also stores an a version of them that can be used by autocomplete-python.
The wiki has step-by-step instructions for setting up your stubs for Atom, Sublime, Vim, Visual Studio Code.
For a list of supported Assemblies, see this list
If you haven't yet, read Note on Performance
Large Namespaces such as
Autodesk.Revit.DB can take a long time to be parsed and cached and might not show up right away.
ipy -m ironstubs make RhinoCommon
ipy -m ironstubs make --all
ipy -m ironstubs make DSCoreNodes --folder="DSCore" --directory="C:/Program Files/Dynamo/Dynamo Core/1.3"
It uses PyCharm's Generator3 to create the stubs.