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  1. Ian Branch

    Formatter Line Breaks..

    Hi Uwe, Given the following single line if/then.. If something is true then do this; The Delphi formatter does this to it.. If something is true then do this; I want it to keep the original and reformat to single line if it is a single line If/then statement. The GExperts formatter does have the option to keep the single line if/then, see picture, but doesn't reformat the second case above back to a single line and then only in the current unit. Ian
  2. Ian Branch

    Formatter Line Breaks..

    Hi Guys, D10.3.1 I seem to recall from some time ago that there was a setting in the Delphi Formatter|Line Breaks that you could set/change so that single line If....then lines would be formatted to a single line as opposed to multi-line If...then...else. Is my memory faulty and there isn't such a setting/change? If it is there, I can't identify it att. Regards & TIA, Ian
  3. Ian Branch

    Jedi - Git => SVN?

    Hi FredS So, the following from the jcl & jvcl directories should achieve what I want? ===================== git pull https://github.com/project-jedi/jcl.git git pull https://github.com/project-jedi/jvcl.git ===================== Thank you. Regards, Ian
  4. Ian Branch

    Jedi - Git => SVN?

    Hi Team, Confession - I know little about Git & SVN. I currently get the latest Jedi libraries via Git using the following process.. ====================== JCL: Delete the d:jcl directory git clone https://github.com/project-jedi/jcl.git jcl cd jcl git submodule update --init jcl\install.bat JVCL: Delete the d:jvcl directory git clone https://github.com/project-jedi/jvcl.git jvcl cd jvcl jvcl\install.bat ========================== There are two questions I have. 1. Instead of having to delete the directories before I run the above, is there a Git command sequence that will simply update my existing download? 2. I can update my GExperts by using the following command.. =========================== svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/gexperts/code/trunk GExperts =========================== Will SVN work in Git repositories, and if so, what would be the SVN commands for the Jedi libraries please? Regards & TIA, Ian
  5. Hi Team, I have asked a couple of times on the IDERA Community site with no response. Does anybody know what the fate of this library is to be? Aside from updating to match the latest version of Delphi, my assumption there, will it undergo any further development/refinement or just stagnate? Regards & TIA, Ian
  6. Ian Branch

    Upcoming Events issue..

    Hi Team, D10.3.1. Is this just me? If it is just me, where/how do I fix it pls? Regards, Ian
  7. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Thomas, Yes, that was one, another was DelphiDistiller, however it hasn't been updated for D-Rio. Regards, Ian
  8. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi haentschman, Not in my case. I have been in and out of D-Rio multiple times and the libraries/components are still not enabled. Does it perhaps have something to do with the Saving and Desktop IDE setting? I have Autosave off for both the available options. There is a Delphi utility around somewhere that allows you to delete Delphi libraries/components, along with a lot of other Delphi related stuff, but I don't recall its name. Other than that, I have nothing to offer. Regards, Ian
  9. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Guys, I just disabled the BPLs in Delphi. 1. Go to Component|Install Packages 2. Disable the LiveBindings packages. See picture attached. That's all. Regards, Ian
  10. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Anders, Partially my fault, I initially thought it was the save action until I saw that it wasn't and it was in fact the close. YESSSS!!!!!! All good now. I disabled the 3 LiveBindings libraries and now the save/close all takes around 10 seconds. :-) Having now done that, I seem to recall a similar thing a couple of years ago. Note to self - Disable LiveBindings when any new Delphi comes along. Thanks Anders, and to all the other contributors. Regards, Ian
  11. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Team, et al, This has consumed too much of my time. 305 files, if I do a global component replace with GExperts, say TButton to TBitBtn, then save the project, the files save very quickly, it is the closing that takes around 13 minutes. As I can edit and do what I need to do in D2007, and save/close in under 30 secs, I will do all my updating there. Thank you all for your suggestions although some of them are out of my ken. ;-) Regards, Ian
  12. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Team, Tim, jbg, Sorry that is out of my knowledge/skill set. :-( Achim, Anders, Regretfully neither made any difference. :-( Thank you all for your suggestions. Regards, Ian
  13. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Hi Dalija, I closed the Welcome tab - Didn't make any difference. What I did try was to Save the Project before Closing all. It save very quickly. I could see all the modified files, .pas & .dfm get updated in the directory very quickly. I then went Close All - That is what is taking so long..:-( Ian
  14. Ian Branch

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    stijnsanders - Didn't make any difference. RonaldK - No. Thanks for your thoughts guys. Ian
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