Management shell autocomplete breaks PYTHONSTARTUP autocomplete
- create a PYTHONSTARTUP file setting up autocompletion with readline
- run manage.py shell
- neither the PYTHONSTARTUP's autocomplete nor the shell command default's one work
(tested on ubuntu linux and gentoo linux with Python 2.5.x)
The problem seems to come from the fact that the shell command install autocompletion _before_ executing the PYTHONSTARTUP.
The attached patch reverse the order of operations, and check readline.get_completer before trying to install it's own completer. Worksforme, *but* requires that the PYTHONSTARTUP script pass globals() to the completer (else we'd be back to #5082). It also just ignore the use_plain flag except to tell wether to use IPython or the default shell(cf #5936). There's perhaps something better to do to get the whole thing right (perhaps passing a 'DJANGO_SHELL=1') option to execfile ???), but this is a design decision so I leave it to you guys.