Good stuff, I am going to make use of it.
The sad part is, applying on editor selection is not working with any "external filter".
applying on the editor context seems to be ok.
i downloaded and installed Delphi (Embarcadero) for that purpose,
thinking probably i can fix it, considering your projects are in Delphi,
and by the incident i have had rather huge background in Delphi development (many years ago however).
Community edition, 10.3.3 (2019), licensed for 366 days trial, or something like that.
That is to say, legal, fresh installation.
And now i have even more sadness and questions, if you can help ?
The new Delphi is not working. At all.
It throws immediatly upon starting, either very soon after that, exceptions like:
"access violation at address 0x.. in module .... read of address 0x...
(different modules and memory addresses here)
Also when i create "hello world" app, or whatever basic.
On computer where works flawlessly several versions of Visual studio, VSCode, Eclipse, Java NetBeans, mingw/msys, and other regular stuff as well.
Here is legal fresh Delphi without any additional components.
i read about potential problems with delphi components, even TChart coming with Delphi installation,
so installed without any components beside Delphi x32 on the x32 host.
restarts, hour plus of googling and suggested registry tricking (HKCU\Software\Delphi\BDS). no love.
so, can you tip here me, and probably other folks,
how to make use of modern Delphi for FAR plugins build and debugging?
I got impression, Lazarus have compatibility with delphi projects?
am i wrong, or can it be the solution?
My host configuration:
Windows 7 Home edition x86, SP1
Delphi is from yesterday download, official community version (embarcadero)