I’ve been using pylance in visual studio code, and it’s great, except that it doesn’t like panda3d.core. As a test, I’ve started writing a stub file, and it works, but is tedious AF to write by hand.
Outcomes in order of goodness:
- the config trick to get vs-code + pylance on a mac to correctly import panda3d.core
- some toolchain to produce the core.pyi … via interrogator or sphynx?
- a complete premade core.pyi
- acknowledgement that 1…3 don’t exist, but that any one of them would be greatly appreciated. (i.e: encouragement)