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  1. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    That is an interesting concept. So I suppose in my Application, I would have to insert a small component (or create it dynamically) that creates a form holding the RunTime Inspector and maintains a mutual connection with that form? So when the Inspector asks for a specific (updated) component property or when my app has to change a property value, then this connection gets these things done? Is that correct?
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    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    As you have different Application tabs - how is the connection made between a running Application and your tool?
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    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    Important features of a Runtime Inspector would be: • Retrieve any global variables, class field variables • Any non-local expression (!)
  4. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    From the screenshot, I can see that the Objectspector is part of Scripter Studio. But can that ObjectInspector also be used as a component in your application?
  5. PeterPanettone

    How to ADD CodeLibrarian snippets database?

    Done: https://sourceforge.net/p/gexperts/feature-requests/148/ What kind of Database format does the *.fs file use?
  6. PeterPanettone

    How to ADD CodeLibrarian snippets database?

    How can I ADD the snippets from the downloaded CodeLibrarian.fs database (344 KB) to my existing CodeLibrarian snippets (188 KB) without erasing my existing snippets? There seems to be no IMPORT feature in the CodeLibrarian?
  7. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    And it works without bugs in Delphi 10.4.2:
  8. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    This looks very promising: http://www.greatis.com/delphicb/objinsp/
  9. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    When closing and then reopening my test project the IDE displayed this error message: I had to click on 'Ignore'. If not, the Designer was not accessible. Then I tried to show the Object Debugger at run-time: procedure TForm1.btn1Click(Sender: TObject); begin pnl1.Color := clYellow; OD.Show; end; But that produces an AV: So, in its current state, the ObjectDebugger is unusable: It would be nice if Marco could fix these bugs. Does anybody have Marco's email address?
  10. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    Yes, it works in Sydney: I could change the Caption of the TPanel, but not its color. However, just inspecting all the properties is very useful!
  11. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    I have found the source of the Cantu Tool (officially for Delphi 10 Seattle): https://github.com/marcocantu/ObjectDebugger I Will try if I can compile it in Sydney.
  12. PeterPanettone

    Tool to inspect properties at run-time?

    Thanks, this component looks very interesting. But I was looking for a tool similar to that created by Marco Cantu.
  13. Does anybody know a tool for Delphi 10.4.2 that can inspect the properties of all classes and objects in a Delphi program at run-time? Once there has been such a tool by Marco Cantu: OBJECT DEBUGGER But it seems its development stopped at Delphi 5?
  14. PeterPanettone

    Delphi compatibility with Windows 11?

    Good question.
  15. PeterPanettone

    Delphi compatibility with Windows 11?

    Parallels support says that the virtual TPM for a Parallels VM is bound to the Mac hardware. For this reason, a Parallels VM with activated virtual TPM cannot be copied and run on another Mac.
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