Michalis Kamburelis edited this page Jan 7, 2017 · 6 revisions
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PasDoc uses the tag @longcode to mark example code which is preformatted so the layout should not be changed in the output. In addition PasDoc will add code highlighting like in the Delphi IDE (see also @code).

For compatibility with older pasdoc behaviour, you must specify an extra "marker" character at the beginning and at the end of text that will be formatted. Any character can be used but it is best to avoid the space character or any other character that cannot be seen. The common practice is to use "#" as the marker character. In previous pasdoc versions, this marker was used to mark end of longcode text. But currently longcode parameters are just parsed to the next matching closing parenthesis (just like parameters for any other tag).


(*Some example use of TForm.OnCreate :

  procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);
    I: Integer;
    // Note that your comments are styled.
    // You can even include compiler directives.
    // reserved words are formatted in bold.
    for I := 1 to 10 do
      It is OK to include pseudo-code like this line.
      // It will be formatted as if it were meaningful pascal code.

Note that this tag does not expand its parameter (see TagsParameters), which means that @-tags are not expanded inside the parameter of this tag, paragraphs are not inserted, and you can simply write @ char to get it in the output (no need to double it, like @@).