ok, thank you both for the help.
now it works for python builtins,
like if i type:
and put my mouse over it, it shows me a popup with the arguments like this:
range(start, stop=None, step=1)
which is nice.
but it doesn't work well for pygame methods.
just like with jedi and anaconda here's what i get:
pygame <-- popup: `pygame is a set of python modules designed for writing games ..`
pygame.draw <-- popup: `draw = MissingModule("draw", geterror(), 1)`
pygame.draw.line() <-- popup: `no description available`
pygame.Rect <-- popup: `rect(left, top, width, height) -> rect`
so it's the same results as the ticket i opened for anaconda i linked to earlier.
i suppose this works best just for builtins ?