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Automatically update import path if file is moved in Vim

Is there a way in which if you move file A to another location and there are other files that have imported file A, the import path will change accordingly in Vim? PyCharm has this and I was ...
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Getting vim with yapf to work with anaconda environments

I'm trying to figure out how to get yapf to use my current conda environment when resolving imports. Basically, I just see a ton of the following errors: physics.py|6 col 1 error| [import-error] ...
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How to check the syntax of a file on the fly?

For those who might not know, Flycheck is a plugin which checks the syntax of the code you're writing on the fly, without forcing you to save the file. It does that by periodically saving the buffer ...
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Show python help() inside vim

I'm new to Vim and would like to know is there a plugin, which allows you to call Python help() function on the word under cursor and shows returned text in the splitter buffer?
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How can I highlight all function names in Python files?

I try to make python.vim color similar to material theme (sublime text 3), see pictures: https://imgur.com/a/wOgH7 expected is material theme and current is mine. You may noticed that all method, ...
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Why is "set noexpandtab" in my ~/.vimrc ignored when I open a file? [duplicate]

I'm using Mac OS X 10.12 and I have set noexpandtab in my ~/.vimrc There are 2 different behaviors : $ vim file.py If run Vim (8.0) to open one file and type :set expandtab?, it says expandtab $ vim ...
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Strange Fold Info Showing in Gutter

It's only happening in one of my .py files when opened with vim, I am getting some kind of fold info in the gutter that shouldn't be there - made up of the characters '2', '-' and '|'. I disabled ...
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Is there a % equivalent for editing python code?

When I edit C-style languages, I can use % to jump between pairs of square brackets, braces, and parenthesis. If there an equivalent between for, while, def, if and the last indented line for the ...
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Closing error window

When I run yapf on my code, an error page appears, rightly showing the error I have in the code. How on earth do I close this window and go back to my code? :lclose doesn't work. :close closed the ...
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How can I remove a syntax keyword?

In Python3, file is no longer a builtin. It's just a plain ol' name that isn't even associated with anything until you do. But all the syntax files that I've used have it as a builtin. Is there a ...
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Python: Strange auto indent behavior after function call

Can anyone explain to me why when writing python code, vim is auto indenting when entering carriage return after function call ie. f.write(name, r) Before writing(:w) file import bs4 as bs import ...
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Highlight all imported modules in python

For example import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt x = np.array([-1, 0, 1]) y = np.abs(x) plt.plot(x, y) plt.show() Is there a way to highlight all the occurrences of np and plt?
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Python imports autocompletion

I'm trying to configure vim for python development. Right now I'm working on code autocompletion feature. I'm using YouCompleteMe plugin and it seems to be working great but only when I've already ...
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Mapping to execute python file only works on first buffer

Aloha, I took the plunge to start using vim as my main editor. I'm a week in, and beginning to see the beauty of it. It's now the only editor I use already. Anyhoot - I found a very useful mapping ...
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Test python function from within editor

I am writing python 3 code from within vim. There is a function within my file like this: def seconds_to_text(seconds): return str(datetime.timedelta(seconds=seconds)) Is there a way for me to ...
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How can I change the highlighting of python class name?

How can I define a syntax to highlight the python class name MyClass in vim? class MyClass(object): ...... Vim has already highlighted the class name. However, it seemingly highlights it with ...
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How can I fix "missing" syntax highlighting for Python keywords such as "self"?

I'm trying to fix syntax highlighting for python; my colors are different from those in screenshots of what it "should" look like in different vim color schemes. And you can see the difference in ...
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Generating tags for python that follow imports [closed]

I'd like to be able to conveniently navigate to the file where a Python value (function/class/constant) is defined. Most of the guides I can find for using ctags with Python suggest options that aren'...
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How to disable automatic unindent of comments in Python?

I start vanilla vim8 $ vim -u NONE with these settings: :set ft=python :set smartindent :set cinkeys-=0# When I enter in insertion mode the following: Hello # The # is automatically ...
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Folding Python docstrings

According to the WIKI, scripts can be folded based on syntax. Does anyone have a solution to fold Python docstrings? Basically, all I need is to fold """ text between triple quotation marks """, like ...
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Is it possible to add a specific text string in the beginning of creating a certain file type? [duplicate]

Just like the topic says; is it possible to add a certain text string in the beginning of a file if I create a certain file type? For example, if I create a random Python file with vim random.py. Can ...
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How to use external python modules with NeoComplete?

After trying out many auto-completion engines for Vim, NeoComplete combined with Jedi seems like a good choice for python development. However, I can't get it to use external libraries like PySide (Qt ...
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Highlight python raw strings as regular expression

I heard someone had set up their editor to highlight python raw strings as regular expressions, e.g. for Django: urls(r'^site1/(\d)*/new$'', ...) Unfortunately my googleing doesn't get me anything. ...
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Incorrect auto-indent in python code

I have a following python code, which contains both 4 space and 2 space indents. class Foo(object): def __init__(self, flag = False): if flag: print("hello") ...
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How do I complete Python3 with YouCompleteMe?

I'm using YouCompleteMe to do omni complete. Most of these are fine. But when I want to complete Python3, there is something wrong. It only can complete python2. For example, import urllib # ...
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Ultisnips not working on first load of python file

I've installed the Ultisnips plugin with Pathogen. All in all it seems to be working fine. My problem is that it doesn't seem to work for the first python file I load, but it works for all the rest. ...
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Automatically determine whether to use spaces or tabs [duplicate]

I like to use tabs for indentation (hey, don't bully me!). But 33% of other programmers prefer spaces. The norm with Python is to use spaces for indetation. Even so, I configured Vim to use tabs with ...
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How do I disable syntastic for python files?

I have the syntastic and python-mode plugins installed and they both include syntax checkers. I think the python-mode syntax checker is more versitle for python files so I would like to just use that ...
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Do large numbers make vim run slowly?

This seems like a really daft question, but I have a Python file that has a number in it that's a thousand digits long and that file seems to be running very slowly, I'm not sure if there's some kind ...
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equalprg to use for Python

Python is whitespace dependent, and it can't be totally autoindented for that reason, but there are a lot of extra stuff that should be possible to do automatically to comply with PEP8. Things like ...

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