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Is it possible natively, or is there a plugin, that will use Coda's autocomplete function for user defined methods and variables?

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Please don't cross-post the same question on multiple sites. – Daniel Beck Apr 24 '12 at 6:08
This is a question that is applicable to both sites. I do not understand how this is an issue. Especially one severe enough to warrant a down vote. While both sites may be a part of the exchange, they draw different sets of traffic. – drewwyatt Apr 24 '12 at 6:13
It's still not acceptable. Jeff even writes: "copy-pasting a question across sites with no changes is considered abusive behavor.". As this shows a lack of research effort (not about the question's topic, but the meta stuff around asking), -1. – Daniel Beck Apr 24 '12 at 6:16
My mistake. I still feel a warning would have sufficed. – drewwyatt Apr 24 '12 at 6:20
up vote 1 down vote accepted

Coda 2 has been released, and autocompleting user-defines functions is one of the new features.

Smart Complete

Autocomplete variables and functions in a document.

There are several mailing list posts on coda-users from over the years discussing the missing dynamic auto-completion for Coda 1.

There appears to be no way to do this really dynamically, e.g. in the same source file.

If you have finished libraries you're just reusing, this might help you. It's about editing the language definition bundles' code completion property list files (e.g. Contents/Resources/ CodaCompletion.plist in /Applications/ to add the completions you want.

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