By default we have Autodetect, which selects the first of Lazarus, Delphi or Visual Studio Code — whichever we find on your system.
Tip: Did you know there’s also a web version of VS Code, easily available? Just go to any repository on GitHub (like castle-engine) and press
. (dot) on your keyboard. Woah — a full-featured editor running just in your browser! And it can sync settings. And it is integrated with GIT and GitHub — if you edit a repo where you’re not a member, it can easily create a PR from your edits. I recently listened to GitHub Universe 2021 talks, a lot of interesting content from GitHub, and they integrate new features into VS Code intensively.
The Delphi integration with CGE editor is not a final version — it will be better once we use DDE for inter-process communication to avoid opening new Delphi window each time. More on Delphi progress in later post.