It seems that the python completion list does not show all items for modules. For example, consider the standard python module os.py - it does show functions that are defined in the module such as "walk" or "renames" but it does not show functions that are added at runtime when the module is imported such as "symlink", "rmdir", "read". (if one looks in os.py one can observe this distinction between the two sets). Compare this to say the built in python IDLE which shows everything the os module would have at runtime once imported.
Is there a way to add these missing functions? i.e. show all functions that would be in os.__dict__? Either by overriding a class, etc?