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ANN: Delphi Package Selector


Ah.. here the tool I loved to manage how IDE Delphi load my Delphi Packages, I released to public in order all of you can use it.

Delphi Package Selector is a tool to customize what packages to be loaded during Delphi IDE starts.

The Packages including Design-Time Packages, IDE Packages, Assemblies, IDE Assemblies and Experts.

Delphi Package Selector features are:
– Choose what packages are loaded when Delphi IDE starts
– Change the load sequence of packages when Delphi IDE starts
– Add and remove packages to be loaded on next Delphi IDE starts, with simple package version checking to ensure package to be added is valid for selected Delphi IDE version
– Save and load package selection

By activating the right and needed packages only, Delphi IDE can be loaded faster and uses less memory footprint.

If you have used TurboTweak from LiteApplications, this tool is similiar in packages management side.

And here the page I dedicated to Delphi Package Selector.

  1. June 12, 2007 at 1:00 pm

    Hi Bayu,

    Nice clean implementation, I like it! Have you any thoughts/plans to allow different configurations to be stored and recalled? That would make your tool *REALLY* useful.

    Best regards

    Steve

  2. bprasetio
    June 13, 2007 at 2:10 pm

    Hi Steve,

    thanks for your feedback. hmm.. load and save configuration.. It sounds interesting, I’ll add it to the to do list.

    Regards

    Bayu.

  3. bprasetio
    June 18, 2007 at 2:33 pm

    Hi Steve..

    I’ve just released new version which implement load and store package selection. Try it. 🙂

    Best regards,

    Bayu.

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