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  1. The reason why I asked was because currently GExperts per default disables the Code Formatter expert for Delphi versions that already have one (at least that's what I thought, turned out it was wrong, because there was no built in formatter in Delphi XE). I was hoping to get an answer along the lines "The built in one works fine since version X, but after reading this thread I am not sure what to do there. Maybe I should simply turn it on by default [period].
  2. Oh sh*t, I should not have started looking for code formatter bugs in QP. There are just so many and some of them also don't work for the GExperts one: type TListOfList<T: TData; U: TDataList<T>> = class procedure foo; overload; virtual; procedure foo(i: Integer); overload virtual; end; https://sourceforge.net/p/gexperts/bugs/156/ https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-16661
  3. Try to format this: procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject); var test: record a: integer; b: double; end; dt1: record dt: tdatetime; s: string; end; begin end; it becomes this: procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject); var test: record a: Integer; b: Double; end; dt1: record dt: tdatetime; s: string; end; begin end; And don't tell me that's any known coding style. 😉 Yes, I reported it: https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-18273 And yes, the GExperts code formatter works fine for it. (There are no known problems left. edit: Now there is: https://sourceforge.net/p/gexperts/feature-requests/89/ )
  4. Actually it was added in XE4 (I just checked, the editor popup menu entry appears there the first time). So that must have been the first version where I tried it and found it severely lacking.
  5. I remember that the first versions of the build in code formatter (Delphi XE +) were little more than a proof of concept. There were so many bugs that using it basically destroyed readability and created more work than it saved. Because of that I never actually used it, so I don't know how much better it is nowadays. What was the first Delphi version in which you started to use it (if any)? (I can't make this a poll because there are so many options: XE1 to XE8 + 10.0 to 10.3 = 12 options)
  6. I'm not talking about dynamically adding checkboxes to groupboxes at runtime, but about adding those created in the designer to an array for easier processing.
  7. One frequently asked question that still gets asked today goes like this: “How do I create an array of [component] and fill it with existing [component] instances from the form?” Where [component] usually is TLabel, TCheckbox or TEdit. I’m going to outline some solutions here. Let’s start by defining some parameters: We have got a (VCL) form On that form there are several controls of the same type. Let’s make them CheckBoxes. We want to do something with all these controls In order to make this easier, we want to create an array that contains all these controls So, this is the form: read on in my blog post
  8. The full source filenames are now cached and added whenever they are available (e.g. when the identifier parser finishes or when the project units parser does not use the map file but the dpr), so they rarely need to be searched for again. This speeds up updating the status bar quite a lot and prevents the annoying lags when scrolling through the lists which was previously caused by the search. I haven't tried it on a slow computer yet, but I am confident that this change makes quite a difference there too.
  9. dummzeuch

    Main menu

    Actually: It should be easy for yet another expert (yet another GExperts menu entry 😉) to hide some of the menu entries of the IDE. Or, since there is already an expert for changing the menu shortcuts of the IDE, it could be extended to also allow hiding those entries. In that case obviously not.
  10. dummzeuch

    Main menu

    I think you are talking about different "main menus" here. 😉 @Stefan Glienke Yes, it's getting larger (which annoys me too sometimes), but do you really use all the experts? You could simply disable those you don't use which removes them from the menu. Organizing it into submenus would be a major change since currently the menu is built by enumerating all the experts and adding an entry for all that are active. Feel free to submit a feature request though. One day I might get bored enough to do it or maybe somebody else does it and submits a patch.
  11. I just tested the Read Only option of with Delphi 10.3 professional. It works fine with GExperts installed, so it probably isn't the culprit. Also, disabling GExperts from the experts manager while it is acive in the IDE works fine for me (after restarting the IDE, GExperts is gone). Enabling it via the stand alone Experts manager brought it back. So everything seems to work as expected. I do use GExperts every day. I don't use Delphi 10.3. I only have it installed to compile and test GExperts. And every time I have to use it I curse it. I don't use the dark theme and I have got lots of more interesting things to do than implementing theming in GExperts. I already had enough trouble to keep GExperts functional when Embarcadero changed the light mode to also be a theme. So, unless somebody submits a patch for this and fixes all the bugs it will most likely cause, theming in GExperts won't happen.
  12. If I remember correctly there is a stand alone version of the expert manager in the start menu.
  13. If you think GExperts may be the culprit, disable it with the Expert Manager, restart the IDE and see whether it solves the problem.
  14. dummzeuch

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    I know I can do that. But you were the one who proposed to use this code so it's your responsibility to check the license.
  15. dummzeuch

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    Have you checked the license of that library?
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