Announcing OmniPascal – Open Preview

OmniPascal is the newest way to edit Delphi and Free Pascal code.  It’s going to support all language features Delphi knows. It will give you code completion, quick code navigation, great syntax highlighting and much more.

Today OmniPascal becomes available for open preview! The current version supports already a lot of useful features as you can see on www.omnipascal.com. And there is much more about to come in the future. OmniPascal aims to become the greatest code editing experience Delphi developers have ever seen.

You will find the latest news about the project always here on blog.omnipascal.com.

Share your thoughts about OmniPascal. Help us creating the best tool Delphi and Free Pascal developers deserve!

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8 Comments

  • Warren P

    November 18, 2015

    Just found out about this from Visual Studio Code marketplace. Syntax highlighting is working well in pascal, and I am assuming it’s this plugin that’s providing a Go To Definition feature too, right? Cool stuff!

    Warren

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  • Wosi

    Wosi

    November 18, 2015

    Yes, this plugin provides “Go to declaration” and much more.
    Be patient, it’s an early preview 😉
    I hope you’ll like it!

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  • IL

    November 19, 2015

    I’m sorry to asking before doing some search first 🙂
    Is OmniPascal a plugin to Visual Studio? If yes, what VS versions are supported?

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    • Wosi

      Wosi

      November 19, 2015

      OmniPascal is not a plugin for Visual Studio but it’s a plugin for Visual Studio Code. It’s an open source advanced text editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. OmniPascal runs currently on Windows machines only.

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  • Thomas Mueller

    November 20, 2015

    I just tried to install it as per your instructions:
    * Downloaded and installded VSCode
    * Started it
    * Selected View -> Command Palette
    * typed “ext install OmniPascal”
    * got the error message “no commands matching”

    What did I miss?

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    • Wosi

      Wosi

      November 20, 2015

      I see, the instructions are not 100% correct. I’m going to change them.
      – Selected View -> Command Palette
      – Type “ext install”
      – Press enter
      – Type “OmniPascal”
      – Install OmniPascal

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  • Marvin

    November 26, 2015

    Is this only code or design works too?

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    • Wosi

      Wosi

      November 26, 2015

      It’s for coding only. There is no form designer.

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