rope_py3k / README.txt

 rope, a python refactoring library ...


`Rope`_ is a python refactoring library.

.. _`rope`:

New Features

* Performing refactorings across multiple projects
* Specifying the number of syntax error fixes in code_assist
* Deprecated `Pycore.create_(module|package)`

`Pycore.create_module()` and `create_package()` have been deprecated.
Use `rope.contrib.generate.create_module()` and `create_package()`

Cross-Project Refactorings

`rope.refactor.multiproject` can be used to perform a refactoring
across multiple projects.  See ``docs/library.txt`` for more

`code_assist` Changes

`rope.contrib.codeassist.code_assist()` takes two new optional
parameters.  `maxfixes` parameter decides how many syntax errors to
fix.  `later_locals`, if `True`, forces rope to propose names that are
defined later in current scope.  See ``docs/library.txt`` for more

Getting Started

* List of features: `docs/rope.txt`_
* Using as a library: `docs/library.txt`_
* Contributing: `docs/contributing.txt`_

To change your project preferences edit
``$PROJECT_ROOT/.ropeproject/`` where ``$PROJECT_ROOT`` is
the root folder of your project (this file is created the first time
you open a project).

Bug Reports

Send your bug reports and feature requests to `rope-dev (at)`_.

.. _`rope-dev (at)`:


This program is under the terms of GPL (GNU General Public License).
Have a look at ``COPYING`` file for more information.

.. _`docs/rope.txt`: docs/rope.html
.. _`docs/contributing.txt`: docs/contributing.html
.. _`docs/library.txt`: docs/library.html
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