|Pascal Analyzer||- analyze Delphi source code|
|Pascal Browser||- document Delphi source code|
|Pascal Expert||- Delphi IDE plugin for code analysis|
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Pascal Analyzer (PAL), was released in 2001, and is currently in version 9. This program parses Delphi or Borland Pascal source code and produces reports that help you understand your source code better. You will also be able to identify potential errors and anomalies. Your code will be more readable and maintainable. Pascal Analyzer can also check how coding standard guidelines are followed. The static code analysis performed by Pascal Analyzer can help you find bugs early in the development process.
To summarize, Pascal Analyzer can:
Pascal Analyzer provides a full collection of useful informative reports to both control and document the source code. Among the reports produced are:
There are currently more than 50 different reports to help you improve the quality of your source code. Many reports contain multiple sections with information, and in all there are over 230 report sections. Pascal Analyzer is very easy to use, and does not require any modifications to your code.
Pascal Analyzer is even recommended by delphi.about.com as one of the Top 9 Delphi IDE Tools and Plug-Ins.
Pascal Analyzer dates back from 2001, when version 1.0 was released. Now, in version 9, there are more than 50 different reports
to help you manage your code base. Download a free evaluation version.
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Pascal Analyzer 9 is the latest version (April 2017). Read a description of the new features in version 9.
In short, Pascal Browser is a Windows application that can:
Just as its sibling product Pascal Analyzer, Pascal Browser will parse the source code it finds and gather all sorts of information. This information is used to create the document collection that describes the source code. The most common use of Pascal Browser will probably be to create hyperlinked HTML documents. From version 2.0 it is also possible to create compressed full-text searchable CHM files.
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