Description: We would like to introduce experts for Delphi/C++Builder, which are expanding standard means of development. Working with Delphi environment versions 4/5/6/7 and C++Builder versions 4/5/6 is supported.
Some of the experts somewhat complement the built-in tools like, for example, "Code Editor Expert". However, the main part offers new tools for working with the environment. New tools:
• Previewing project units and forms without having to open them;
• Quick switch between the forms, opened in the environment, and internal forms navigation tools;
• Data extraction (assembler code, processor flags, stack etc) out of the CPU browser window, when tuning-up the program;
• Sorting class declarations and independent lists of procedures/functions in the code editor;
• Improved options for manipulating with the selected text block in the editor;
• Tools for managing the units, opened in the IDE code editor, such as dragging, sorting, group deletion etc.
Project forms/units preview expert.
You can see the selected form in the same FastExperts window without loading it in IDE. This can be especially convenient, when exploring someone else's project, containing a lot of forms. Optionally (in context menu (TPopupMenu) or experts general settings), you can assign synchronization of the selected form with the corresponding unit, which takes place during the "Forms/Units" preview mode switching. In this case, focus in the units list will automatically shift to the form unit name. In program settings, you can also assign the scrollbars to show in the form preview window.
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