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  1. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    You can read the license yourself: The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/ It is the same license as e.g.: \ExternalSource\OmniXML.pas Here the weather on this Sunday is almost sunny (it seems almost like a TWILIGHT ZONE), good weather for coding...
  2. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    I have made some tests: When for example entering "allow no dup" in the Identifiers Filter Search Field then it finds the known Identifier "SNoDuplicatesAllowed" (from the unit Xml.XMLConst.pas). So, this also gives the functionality to use multiple words in the search field! If there are no objections I will implement this (as an OPTION!).
  3. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    I would like to implement a FUZZY SEARCH option in Uses Clause Manager. This would be particularly useful in the Identifiers Filter Search. Here are a few possibilities: • Delphi SoundEx • ApproxStrUtils: http://www.gausi.de/approxstrutils-en.html I think that ApproxStrUtils would be more useful for this purpose. It contains these functions: ApproxBestAppearance ApproxContainsStr ApproxContainsText ApproxDistance ApproxPos ApproxPosEx ApproxResemblesText Check max min min3 PreProcess_FilterCount SearchBackwards What do you people think?
  4. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    Per default, the map file is switched OFF in the project options: ... while the option to use the map file is switched ON per default in the UCM configuration: This is INCONSISTENT. Please set the map file per default ON (Segments) in the Project Options. Thank you!
  5. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    Thanks for the information.
  6. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    Working on revision [r2843]. Meanwhile, I have implemented Copy this FILE to the clipboard. Here are the sources: GX_UsesExpert.zip
  7. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    I was thinking about this when I implemented the functionality...
  8. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    In case you want to do that, just COPY them. But will the popup menus of the lists not become too overloaded?
  9. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    Good idea.
  10. PeterPanettone

    More improvements to the Uses Clause Manager

    I too. I used this code: procedure TfmUsesManager.OpenLocationAndSelectAFileInExplorer(const AFilePath: string); // AFilePath may contain spaces begin Winapi.ShellAPI.ShellExecute(Forms.Application.Handle, 'open', 'explorer.exe', PWideChar('/select,"' + AFilePath + '"'), nil, Windows.SW_NORMAL); end; Which code did you use?
  11. Now working on the r2837 source. • In the Favorite tab, the irrelevant Favorite-list popup menu-items are now automatically hidden if the Favorite list is empty: • StatusBar Hint: • Changed StatusBar popup menu wording: You can download the source here: GX_UsesExpert.zip
  12. Many wordings in Windows IMO are imprecise or outright naive. But for the sake of compatibility, I have changed it to "Open Location of This File". Is this fine for everybody? (In another context, I would have added shell functionality to the StatusBar, but this is not possible here). However, I could add a menu item that displays the Explorer file context menu of the file displayed in the StatusBar. That would be useful in several situations.
  13. This feature does not only open the File Location but also visibly selects the file in File Explorer. So using the wording "open the File Location" could possibly be misleading. What do you think?
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