Delphi Code Analysis Wizard – 400K Starter Edition

$150.00 $75.00 Vat

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Special Starter Edition of the Delphi Parser’s  Code Dependencies Analyzer Wizard.

Analyze Your Code Base & Get a Deep Insight of your code usage &  library dependencies. The Delphi Parser Analyzer is an Automatic Code Analyzing Wizard. It Scans & Analyzes an Entire code base against all available Delphi’s System Units, 3rd Party Components, Libraries & the code base own units.

Version: 2.1.0.1562
Last Updated: 8-Sep-2020

Express License Includes:

  • License for Projects up to 400,000 Lines of Code 
  • Multiple Projects Analysis For Complete Code Base
  • Exporting Analyzer’s Tree Object Report to a texted-based file.
  • Unexpired License
  • Lifetime Subscription for version updates
  • 64 bit Support for Analyzing Huge Code Base

For More Information & Price Quote Contact Sales@DelphiParser.com

Description

All New Delphi Parser’s Analyzer 2.0 is an automatic code analyzing wizard. It scans & analyzes an entire code base against all available Delphi’s system units, 3rd party components, libraries & the code base own units. The Automatic process scans millions of lines of code, checks for references and marks all references of unit declaration made by your Pascal project files.

The Delphi Parser Analyzer 2.0 Wizard is available for all Delphi versions. Also available in an open-source edition based on the Delphi Parser developer’s full kit.

The Delphi Parser Analyzer 2.0 helps your development team maintain a cleaned project’s code base. Run it whenever you wish to release a new version update & removes unnecessary files & libraries from code before it is deployed.

Every software project contains many components that might become unnecessary or obsolete over the development process & stay there untouched, cause no one know what to do with them & the fear of taking them out. Now, with this wizard you can easily analyze your code on any given Delphi version, from the Legacy Borland to the Newest RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin – and get a true insight on what units your code really needs.

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