After yesterday’s post about parenthesis matching, it became apparent that it would be useful to know two things:
First, Castalia’s parenthesis matching will peacefully co-exist with Delphi’s built-in parenthesis matching. They can both work at the same time, and some people like it that way.
Most people, however, when they realize that Delphi’s parenthesis matching is broken and Castalia’s is better anyway, prefer to turn off the built-in version. Here’s how:
In the Delphi IDE, right-click on the editor and choose “Properties.” In the options tree, choose “Editor Options” and uncheck the “Highlight brace pairs” checkbox.