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Delphi: create implementations in the same order as the interface section and sync method signatures

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/10/30

An interesting question at [WayBack] Previously i have not been big on IDE plugins.So i’m blatantly asking for pointers on the following, i.e. is there already such beasts? Or maybe i’m i… – Dany Marmur – Google+:

… asking for pointers on the following…

Crtl+C – create implementations in the same order as the interface section?
Ctrl+C – adjust the signature of the method the cursor is on interface if implementation and vice versa.

I realise they can both be very tricky to implement. Second function might not be able to handle overloads.

From that thread, a few things you might want to try:

  • [WayBack] ModelMaker Code Explorer can do both.
  • [Archive.is] DDevExtensions version 2.82 (2014-08-25): introduced “Added: Disable Alpha-Sort Class Completion (Default off)”
  • More recent versions of the IDE (I think 10.0) incorporated the “sync prototypes” action (Shift+Ctrl+Alt+P) from Castalia.

–jeroen

 

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