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|Developer Tools > Project > Other|
||22 Sep 2013
|By Alexei Hmelnov. This program can parse Delphi 2.0-8.0, 2005(.net and WIN32), 2006(WIN32 only), Kylix 1.0-3.0
units (DCU) and convert their information into the close to Pascal form.
DCU32INT stands for DCU32 Interface, because the program can't extract the complete Pascal source, but the extracted unit interface is almost correct (with some restrictions). Besides from the unit interface, the DCU32INT utility extracts the unit implementation part and disassembles the code of procedures using a simple i80x86 or MSIL (for .net) disassembler.
This program have passed successfully the "parse all .LIB" test for all the supported by it Delphi and Kylix versions, i.e. it have parsed all units in the DELPHI LOCATION LIB directory with no errors reported.
|Download: D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7
|Developer Tools > Project > Forms Editors|
DFM to PAS Utility v.1.1||FW
||19 Aug 1999
|By Alexei Hmelnov. The utility DFM2PAS enables to create corresponding *.pas file for *.dfm file or both *.dfm and *.pas for form resource extracted from executable generated by any existing by now version of Delphi (1.0 .. 4.5).|
Source: On request
|Download: D1 D2 D3 D4
|Developer Tools > Project > Other|
Window Contents Explorer Utility v.1.0||FWS
||12 Jan 2000
|By Alexei Hmelnov. The Window Contents Explorer Utility describes the contents of any window as it represented by the Windows controls. For each control it reports:
#DlgCtrlID: "WindowText": ClassName, R:(Left, Top) [Width, Height], S:Style, ES:Extended Style
The values of Style and Extended Style can be decoded using the WS_* and WS_EX_* constants and,
besides, the values of Style can also be decoded using the class-specific constants for the known classes (BS_* for buttons, ES_* for edits and so on).
In some cases (not under Windows NT and for "good" applications) it can also extract the control image both in BMP and WMF formats.
|Download: D2 D3 D4 D5
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