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I'm trying to add a good Tab autocompletion plugin for VIM and I've found Jedi, but on its docs it says to use Supertab.

I don't understand the difference between the two. I'm writing Python and I would like tab completion. Why should I use one or the other?

  • Another option: YouCompleteMe, which uses Jedi (for python) and replaces the SuperTab functionality. – Cometsong Sep 30 '15 at 16:27
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I do not use Vim-Jedi but from what the doc says, the plugin allows completion using CtrlSpace.

Supertab is another plugin which remaps Tab to a sensible autocomplete behavior.

The author only suggests to use supertab if you want to use the Tab key to trigger Vim-Jedi completion (This is easier than remapping the key by yourself in your .vimrc).

This means that you can use Vim-Jedi without supertab if you like its original completion with CtrlSpace. IMO you should just give Vim-Jedi a try without supertab and when you're comfortable with it, you'll see if you want to use supertab and make your choice.

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    Ah ok I get it now. Thanks for the elementary explanation. – canyon289 Sep 26 '15 at 23:24

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