Cross-platform text and code editor
Cross-platform code editor, with syntax highlight for 180+ languages. Has lite interface with tabs. Has JSON config files instead of options-dialog. Supports Python plugins.
A repository for source code snippets, designed with Pascal in mind.
CodeSnip is an open source code bank for storing and viewing code snippets. It not only manages, displays and manipulates your own code snippets but it can also incorporate snippets downloaded from the online DelphiDabbler Code Snippets Database. Designed with Pascal code in mind, CodeSnip enables Delphi or Free Pascal code snippets to be test-compiled with any installed Delphi or Free Pascal compiler and results to be reported. Use this feature to validate the syntax of code without switching to your compiler. Compilable Pascal units containing selected snippets can be generated. Code in other languages can be stored in CodeSnip although the source file generation and compiler checking features will not be available. Compilable Pascal units of selected snippets can be generated. Selected snippets can also be exported and shared with other CodeSnip users. CodeSnip's source code is now developed over on GitHub: https://github.com/delphidabbler/codesnip
Library of Delphi components and units by DelphiDabbler.
A library of useful and re-usable Delphi components, units and IDE extensions published on DelphiDabbler.com. Many of the components and classes are stable and have been in development for a number of years. A complete list of library contents and links to documentation is available at https://github.com/delphidabbler/ddab-lib-docs The project's source code is maintained in a Subversion repository here on SourceForge. Releases of each sub-project within the library are made separately. These releases are stored on the Files page, with each sub-project having its own folder.