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Does anyone know of a web resource that describes the neccessary Delphi calls to tie into (expand upon) the IDE?

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Tim.
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Look at
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/9006/title.gif
and look for mwota.zip, by martin waldenburg
You can also find the IDE class hierarchy on that excellent site
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You should be able to find examples of writing experts somewhere on the Delphi pages. One thing I found right now:

http://www.pinpub.com/delphi/dd9802i/dd98b1.html
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Wicked!

Thanks for the very quick respones...In a perfect world, I would give you both half the points, but this cgi script doesn't give me that option, so I'll have to give it to Thaddy for coming first :)

Thanks again...

Tim.
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