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  1. pyscripter

    Project Magician gotcha

    Project Magician is wonderful and a must for all Delphi programmers. Thank you @Uwe Raabe. However I recently run into the following problem. As I was debugging, whenever I tried to step into Vcl.Graphics the file would open and get marked as modified. Moreover stepping into the code would not work. Also when I opened Vcl.Graphics and some other files in the IDE, it would automatically marked them as modified. I was puzzled. I thought this was a new bug in the 10..4.1 Delphi IDE. But it turns out this was due to a Project Magician, otherwise very useful option to "Clean Line Feeds" under global settings. Vcl.Graphics has mixed line breaks in Delphi 10.4.1, so whenever it is opened in the IDE it would be automatically marked as modified since the mixed line breaks were detected and marked for fixing. And then debugging is hampered + you get all these annoying messages about the IDE being unable to create a backup. One suggestion to @Uwe Raabe is that Delphi library files are excluded from line-feed cleaning.