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Interesting trick posted by Lars Fosdal on keeping IDE user specific defines

The Wiert Corner – Via Lars Fosdal: In Tools|Options, Environment Options, Environment Variables – under User Overrides, add a new override Variable name: DCC_Define Variable value: billmeyer This causes a define for billmeyer to exist for anything that you compile in your IDE, across all units, all projects. Which means you can sprinkle your code with {$ifdef billmeyer}{$hints on}{$endif} or {$ifndef billmeyer}{$hints off}{$endif} or even isolate out the parts of the code that currently is in development so that it doesn’t get built in the build system. I believe it was +Uwe Raabe who revealed this ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2016-07-13 07:00

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