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Code Warehouse v.2.95||SW
||05 Sep 2014
|By Xcca.com Inc. Code Warehouse is the most extensive professional source code snippets manager for software developers. Its users will appreciate the fact that they have full control over the source code. They can use the code, modify it, enhance it, learn from it, and can even add their own code so all their important code is in one convenient place.
Code Warehouse is multi-user ready, which means that an organization’s entire development team can share a central code library and benefit from code that is already written and tested.
- For all developers:
- Structure and organization of your code snippets;
- Support of most popular databases: SQL Server, MySQL, SQL Server CE, Access;
- Powerful search;
- Merge function;
- Print and export;
- Attachments (files, pictures);
- Syntax coloring of most popular programming languages;
- For enterprise:
- Keep your databases in one share location;
- Support of versioning (Tag);
- Keep track of modification (Created Date – Updated Date).
- Syntax Highlighting:
|Download: C2k10 C2k6 C2k7 C2k9 CB1 CB3 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB64 CBXE CBXE2 CBXE3 CBXE4 CBXE5 CBXE6 CBXE7 D1 D2 D2005 D2006 D2007 D2009 D2010 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 DXE DXE2 DXE3 DXE4 DXE5 DXE6 DXE64 DXE7
CodeSnip Database Viewer v.4.11.1||FW
||06 Apr 2015
|By Peter Johnson. |
CodeSnip is a Delphi source code repository that can be used to display routines, types and constants from the DelphiDabbler code snippets database along with user defined code snippets. User defined code can be added, edited, deleted, saved, backed up and restored.
When first run the program gives the option to download the CodeSnip database from the DelphiDabbler website and stores it locally.
Snippets are displayed either by category, alphabetically or by type. Details of any snippet can be displayed. The display includes a brief description, syntax highlighted source code, a list of required Delphi units, a list of other required snippets from the database and details of which version of Delphi the snippets compile with.
The repository can be searched either for snippets containing specified text, for snippets that compile under specified versions of Delphi and for cross-referenced routines
Snippets can be exported as Pascal include files, plain text files or syntax highlighted XHTML or RTF files. Pascal units containing selected snippets can also be generated.
CodeSnip can also test compile any snippet with any Win32 Delphi compiler from 2 to XE7 and the Free Pascal Compiler.
User defined code can be submitted for inclusion in the online database. Code can also be exported and imported.
From v4.1 CodeSnip has also been available in a portable edition that can be run from removable media and that makes no changes to the host operating system.
Source code is available from a Subversion repository at https://code.google.com/p/codesnip/source/browse/
CodeSnip is released under the Mozilla Public License v2.0 and other source code licenses: see https://codesnip.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Docs/License.html for full details.
Source: On request
|Download: D2 D2005 D2006 D2007 D2009 D2010 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 DXE DXE2 DXE3 DXE4 DXE5 DXE6 DXE7
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