Skip to content
SynEdit is a syntax highlighting edit control, not based on the Windows common controls.
Pascal SourcePawn PHP Other
Branch: master
Clone or download

Latest commit

Files

Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
Demos/Folding 10.3 Rio / VER330 / PKG 260 Dec 13, 2018
Packages Added support for Sydney. May 11, 2020
Source Removed the hpp files. Aug 14, 2019
SynGen Made the SynGen project compilable. Sep 26, 2014
.gitignore Ignored .hpp files. Aug 20, 2019
.hgignore Compiled with the latest version of RAD Studio. Mar 29, 2016
SynEdit-1.3.png 10.3 Rio / VER330 / PKG 260 Dec 13, 2018
readme.md Update and rename readme.txt to readme.md Dec 13, 2018

readme.md

TurboPack SynEdit

Updated for 10.3 Rio / VER330 / PKG 260

You can still access 10.2 Tokyo and 10.1 Berlin versions too.

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Package names
  3. Installation

1. Introduction

SynEdit

SynEdit is a syntax highlighting edit control, not based on the Windows common controls. SynEdit is compatible with both Delphi and C++ Builder.

This is a source-only release of TurboPack SynEdit. It includes designtime and runtime packages for Delphi and C++Builder and supports Win32 and Win64.


2. Package names

TurboPack SynEdit package names have the following form:

Delphi

  • SynEditDR.bpl (Delphi Runtime)
  • SynEditDD.bpl (Delphi Designtime)

C++Builder

  • SynEditCR.bpl (C++Builder Runtime)
  • SynEditCD.bpl (C++Builder Designtime)

3. Installation

TurboPack SynEdit is available via the GetIt Package Manager where you can quickly and easily install and uninstall it.

To manually install TurboPack SynEdit into your IDE, take the following steps:

  1. Unzip the release files into a directory (e.g., d:\SynEdit).

  2. Start RAD Studio.

  3. Add the source subdirectory (e.g., d:\SynEdit\source) to the IDE's library path. For CBuilder, add the hpp subdirectory (e.g., d:\SynEdit\source\hpp\Win32\Release) to the IDE's system include path.

  4. Open & install the designtime package specific to the IDE being used. The IDE should notify you the components have been installed.

You can’t perform that action at this time.