@ reference a pip installed library?

I am trying to modify I method in a library I pip installed, but idk how to add it to context for cursor with the @ function? Any advice? THe library doesn’t have docs, but it installed in my virtualenv and should be easy to reference?

We dont support @'ing files/libraries that are pip-installed. Only ones that are in your current workspace. But, I think this makes a lot of sense, and we will look into adding support for this use case

Thank you!

As a workaround, I wIll just clone the underlying library and make the changes I need treating it as my main workspace, then reimport into the other project :slight_smile:

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