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Precision Delphi Script Portable, besides providing:
– The standard Delphi development environment (as used in the command line mode) with all type libraries, classes, components, variable types, constants, etc.;
– The standard Delphi environment for using with the external modules (dpr, dpas, rops, and similar formats).
In addition, with Precision Delphi Script Portable, you can use:
– Code generics (without the need to extend it to C++),
– Complete generic classes,
– Dynamic arrays,
– Form controls (with all their properties and events),
– Global variables,
– Linear and Logical Functions,
– Number (integer, real, complex, etc.),
– Process handling,
– RemObjects Standard Dictionary and other standard dlls,
– Scripts for: text strings, files, paths, processes, files, dates, numbers, byte arrays, etc.
You can import any standard Delphi application to Precision Delphi Script Portable. You can also use the RemObjects Pascal Script engine to compile your Delphi projects.
Precision Delphi Script Portable is the commercial version of the standard Delphi Script engine. In this way, your application can be distributed both for free and for money, as you prefer. The price of the free version (also named portable) is:
– For a single instance of the application, “full” version:
– For the single user:
– For the unlimited number of users:
Precision Delphi Script Portable consists of two application packages:
– The installer package, which is self-explanatory;
– The user package, which consists of two parts: “pdScript.exe” and “pdScript.prq”.
pdScript.exe is the “wrapper” of the pdScript engine. It is used to execute your scripts (PAS, PROPS, ROPS, DPAS, etc. scripts) from the command line (
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The Keymacro directive allows to define the key that corresponds to a macro in your script. Macro key is a key that is used by the “pdScript.exe” application to invoke a macro. By default, the macro key is “F5”.
For example, it is possible to invoke the macro “Command” to execute the “Command” macro as follows:
Keymacro key, F5
Scripts written in the Delphi language have the inherent limitation of only working with “plain” arrays. However, the pdScript’s enhanced support of subscripting allows you to write programs that can work with “multidimensional” arrays (including those arrays, in which the key of the item is the first item in the array, and all the items in the array have the same key).
The Subscript directive allows the user to specify that each item of the provided array has a key, based on which you can access the corresponding array items.
The Time directive, which allows the user to specify the time when the script should be executed, is of the following form:
The Section directive, which allows the user to write comments and notes in the script, is of the following form:
Section Sectionname,Section text…
The Procedure directive, which allows the user to define procedures, is of the following form:
Procedure procedure name (parameters),…
The Query directive, which allows the user to execute queries, is of the following form:
Query “query string”…
The Function directive, which allows the user to define functions, is of the following form:
Function functionname (parameters),…
The while directive, which allows the user to write loops, is of the following form:
The Switch directive, which allows the user to write switches, is of the following form:
The Loop directive, which allows the user to write looping constructions, is of the following form:
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Precision Delphi Script Portable is a set of applications (see the screenshot) that include the following components:
pdScript: The “script interpreter” (the engine that interprets the script language).
pdScript Language: The language itself (it is not the same as ROP or REM scripts and is a new language created especially for the application);
pdScript Executable: An executable file that you can either download separately or use it as a part of the application (a replacement for the original “pdScript.exe” program). The executable file can be executed directly from Windows environment (through the specified script file name as a parameter) or from the command-line (by specifying the script file as a parameter).
pdScript GUI: An executable application that allows you to create (using a special toolbar and tooltips) and execute (by specifying the script file as a parameter) any PAS, ROP or INC file. pdScript GUI also provides useful functions that help you to perform the following: start a PAS, ROP or INC file from the command-line (through the “cmd.exe” application) or use a script file as a parameter in the command-line (through the “pdScript.exe” application);
pdScript Plugin: An executable application that allows you to define plugins (and execute them through the “pdScript.exe” application) and to use them through the user interface;
pdScript Designer: An executable application that allows you to create and edit the property sheets (PS), toolbars (Tbx) and data sources (DS) of the pdScript GUI application;
pdScript Debugger: An executable application that allows you to debug the PAS, ROP or INC file (by using the “dbg.exe” debugger program) and to view the variable values in the script debugger (by using the “dbg.exe” debugger program).
Download the required components.
1. Download the installer file from the link below.
2. Unzip the installer file (this will result in the following folders: pdScript, plugins, pdScriptPlugin, and pdScriptDPR);
3. Double-click on the pdScript.exe file in order to launch the application.
Execute the required script file (such as pdScript.pas)
1. For executing scripts directly from
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pdScript allows you to execute your scripts (PAS, DPAS, ROPS, and similar files) directly from Windows environment or from the command-line (by specifying the script file as a parameter for “pdScript.exe” application). You can use the standard types, routines and components of the Delphi development environment.
You can also use the object files from your “pdScripted” scripts as external libraries to your own products.
Normally, you should run scripts in the background and your Delphi application should continue to work (you can observe the script result by using the Console view).
If you want to take advantage of the standard forms of your application (such as CnLabForm1 or CnLabForm2), it is necessary to create a new configuration file (eg. “CnLabConfig.ini”) for each script execution (this means that you can use pdScript as “external” extension for your application).
Precision Delphi Script Portable provides a special service to handle the synchronization of your development database to the output database. You will no longer need to write that kind of code.
Precision Delphi Script Portable should be installed in the same folder as your Delphi installation. You need to extract it, if you have already installed the “pdScript.exe” application. The rest is simple.
To install Precision Delphi Script Portable:
1. Download the installation package and unzip it.
2. Go to the directory where you extracted the package and run “pdScript.exe”. You can also open the Visual Studio project (pdScript.sln) and start building the whole solution.
3. When “pdScript.exe” is launched, you will see the welcome screen where you can choose to execute your scripts (which means to use your scripts in “pdScript.exe”) or to debug the code (the “pdScript.exe” application).
Running scripts in “pdScript.exe” mode is as simple as opening your script file in the source editor, make the necessary changes and click on the button “Run the script”. If you use “pdScript.exe” for debugging, then you have to follow the steps described below.
There are many commands that you can use to view the values of the variables, the states of the objects and the calls that are performed by your scripts. You will also be able to observe the results in the Delphi IDE’s Console view.
To do that, just double click on the “pdScript.exe” application or open the command-line (by specifying the script file as a parameter
System Requirements For Precision Delphi Script Portable:
Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
Mac OS X:
10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9
Intel i3 / i5 / i7
AMD Athlon XP / Athlon 64 / Core 2 Duo / Core 2 Extreme /
Core 2 Quad / Phenom II X4
4 GB RAM
8 GB available space