This would be handy for conflicting functions, and more generally to systematically include the package for debugging purpose or communicating the code to others. Having to write down the package manually is time consuming and could be avoided with code completion.
this question has 2 parts:
1) How to include masked functions in the completion pop-up menu ?
x magrittr::set_names() masks purrr::set_names()
set_n in the text editor and tab, we only see the unmasked function
magrittr::set_names() in the completion menu. I'd like to be able to pick the one I need from the menu.
2) How to get code completion to write down both
magrittr::set_names() when tabbing twice
set_n in the text editor, code completion only writes down the function
set_names() . I'd like to get completion to write down the full designation