I've been looking around for a while now but I couldn't find a proper answer.
I would like to access python documentation from Vim. I know that some plugins exist (like this one: https://github.com/fs111/pydoc.vim). But these plugins are far from perfect. WIth pydoc for example, if you press K on a word, you'll get the documentation.
If you K on
pyplot, you'll get the documentation.
But if you have:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
If K on
plt, you won't get anything.
There is also the jedi plugin, which displays documentation on the fly. If you type
plt., it will display the objects/methods of
plt. But you need to be typing for that.
Also, I think none of these plugins work on the code present in the same folder but imported in the current file. For example, if
my_module is implemented in a folder, and if I import it in
my_script.py, I don't have access to the documentation from
Do you have any idea how to improve my situation please?