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Thread: Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?


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Lance Rasmussen

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Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?  
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  Posted: Oct 20, 2015 11:48 AM
Delphi 10 Seattle Enterprise.

When editing code, it seems like almost every few second of typing, the cursor goes busy and editor is non-reponsive, then it come back.

This normally would seem like a Code Insight issue. Now with Castilia integrated, I don't know if this is also causing the issue.

In the options > Code Insight > Pascal I have EVERY option disabled and delay set to high.
In Structural Hightlighting, I disabled all options.

It hasn't cleared up.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Lance
Ronald Klitsche

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Re: Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2015 1:01 AM   in response to: Lance Rasmussen in response to: Lance Rasmussen
In the options > Code Insight > Pascal I have EVERY option disabled and
delay set to high.
In Structural Hightlighting, I disabled all options.

Same here.
It was the same in XE8 but there was a workaround to disable Castalia.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29520761/how-can-i-disable-castalia-in-xe8

AFAIK there is no way to disable Castalia in DX10.

Ronald
wenjie zhou

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Re: Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2015 1:33 AM   in response to: Ronald Klitsche in response to: Ronald Klitsche
Ronald Klitsche wrote:
In the options > Code Insight > Pascal I have EVERY option disabled and
delay set to high.
In Structural Hightlighting, I disabled all options.

Same here.
It was the same in XE8 but there was a workaround to disable Castalia.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29520761/how-can-i-disable-castalia-in-xe8

AFAIK there is no way to disable Castalia in DX10.

Ronald

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Lance Rasmussen

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Re: Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2015 11:53 AM   in response to: Ronald Klitsche in response to: Ronald Klitsche
I really liked Castalia and even was a paying customer. But it became too problematic and ended up never using. And like you, I removed from XE8 completely. I know, now that there is better integration, EMB team has improved integration.

I do have a lot of 3rd party comps and have a lot of entries in the library path. It sounds like that has been a problem.

Ronald Klitsche wrote:
In the options > Code Insight > Pascal I have EVERY option disabled and
delay set to high.
In Structural Hightlighting, I disabled all options.

Same here.
It was the same in XE8 but there was a workaround to disable Castalia.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29520761/how-can-i-disable-castalia-in-xe8

AFAIK there is no way to disable Castalia in DX10.

Ronald
Ronald Klitsche

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Re: Cause of frequent Code Editing interruptions?  
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  Posted: Oct 22, 2015 2:44 AM   in response to: Lance Rasmussen in response to: Lance Rasmussen
I do have a lot of 3rd party comps and have a lot of entries in the library
path.

Same here.

It sounds like that has been a problem.

I'm using the exact same project with all the lib pathes in XE7 with no
problems.

Ronald
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