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I created a plugin to terminate orphaned processes left behind by the IDE during development. You can see the demo here: Source and a release build are available here: https://github.com/SwiftExpat/Deputy Install it manually using these instructions: https://swiftexpat.com/docs/doku.php?id=rttk:deputy:install There is a gentle nag for you to download my compiled demo, which you can decline. The expert is built using TOTAL as a framework: https://github.com/DelphiWorlds/TOTAL If you want to build your own, a step by step to setup your project is here: https://github.com/SwiftExpat/Deputy/wiki/Step-by-Step---Create-Total-plugin-project Enjoy, SwiftExpat
A new IDE plugin aimed at helped debugging multithreaded apps! https://blogs.embarcadero.com/new-ide-plugin-parnassus-parallel-debugger/ The plugin: Displays all thread call stacks next to each other Lets you step over, run, etc a thread by itself, not the whole process Shows CPU usage by thread Editor integration to see where threads are executing, so you can easily see what other threads are in the same area of code and more... This has taken me five years to write! That said, most of that was downtime due to working too much time to spend time on this - this release is the result of working weekends since August. It's version 1, and I plan to add some more features over the next few months.
We tried to do one of our own, but appears that it's not that easy. Seems that we can remove them but IDE will, sometimes at least, write them back after that. Or there is no event for dfm when it is saved (Not making the plugin myself so don't know the latest details.) Maybe there is some cool, Andy Magic Of The Hackering, in the DDevExtensions to do this?? Does anyone have ideas how to get that working? -tee-