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Source code scanning

Source code scanning

Use this sheet to specify the Delphi project file that was used to create the file you are localizing. A project file is needed for the following purposes:

  1. You want that Soluling scans comments of resource string items or you want to make sure that resource string ids are fully unique.
  2. To make sure that Soluling finds the class names of the parent forms.

Project file name

Specifies the Delphi project files (.dpr). Enter the value or click ... to browse the file.

Enter this if your unit names have "_" in their file names, and those units use resource strings also having "_" in their names. If the project file is not specified, Soluling can not determine the exact resource string context. For example, if My_File.pas and My.pas units and has the following resource string.

  My_Sample_String = 'This is a sample';
  File_String = 'This is a sample';

In the above case, both unit names and strings resource names contain "_" and party same strings, it becomes difficult to specify the id of the string correctly. Having access to the project file makes it possible to find the exact resource id. This is why it is highly recommended to specify the project file. Anyway, even without it, Soluling can localize your Delphi applications.

Source code options

Check Scan source code to find resource string comments and parent form class if you want that Solulings scans the comment values of resource string items and find the parent form classes. Enter the comment tag name(s) to the edit box. Separate multiple names with a semicolon (;).

Check Scan exclude tags if you want that the resource strings having exclude-tags are automatically excluded. Enter the exclude tag name(s) to the edit box. Separate multiple names with a semicolon (;).