IDE Window: Project Options
- 1 Application
- 2 Forms
- 3 Miscellanous
- 4 LazDoc
- 5 Session
Same as setting
The title is shown differently on the various platforms.
Target file name
Set here the filename of the generated executable. If the file is relative it will be expanded with the project directory (.lpi file).
You can create forms on start of the project. This is the same as adding
lines to the code.
Note: The forms are automatically created, not automatically shown. They are shown if their 'Visible' property is set to true. For instance the form variable is set, so you can write 'Form1.Caption:='Some text';'. To show such a form add a line 'Form1.Show;' or 'Form1.ShowModal;'.
Main unit is Pascal Source
The main source is the root unit of a project. Typically this is the .lpr file. Set to true, if the main source is a pascal source.
Main Unit has Uses Section containing all Units of project
If this is enabled, the IDE will update the uses section whenever a unit is added or removed from the project.
Main Unit has Application.CreateForm statements
If this is enabled the IDE will add/remove Application.CreateForm(FormX, TFormX); statements for forms.
Main Unit has Application.Title statement
If this is enabled the IDE will add/remove Application.Title:='Some Text' statements.
Project is runnable
Project can be runned in the debugger.
Always build (even if nothing changed)
If disabled, the IDE checks before running for changes and if nothing changed will skip the compile step.