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Frequently Asked Questions - CodeHealer

Q: What is CodeHealer?

A: CodeHealer is an efficient and powerful source code analysis and verification tool that will help find and fix a significant number of programming bugs, mistakes and inconsistencies in Delphi programs before they are released. The information provided by CodeHealer will also help developers understand and improve existing code that they have not written. This is especially helpful for corporate developers who take over management of legacy applications.

Q: Can I try it without buying it?

A: Yes, simply go to the Downloads page and download the Trial version.

Q: How is the Trial version limited?

A: The Trial version is fully functional but contains a 'nag' or reminder message that will be enabled after 16 days from the date of installation. This reminder message will then be displayed each time CodeHealer is used for the following 14 days, and will indicate how many days you have remaining, but you can continue to use CodeHealer during that time with no loss of functionality. Once the 14 days are up, however, the message will indicate that the trial period has ended and all functionality will be disabled until you purchase a license to continue using CodeHealer.

Q: Does it have an uninstall option?

A: Yes, it can easily be fully uninstalled using the uninstall menu option.

Q: How do I get CodeHealer analysing my application as quickly as possible?

A: Follow the 10 steps in the "Setting up and running your first analysis section" of the help file that is provided with all versions of CodeHealer.

Q: Can I export the metrics and analysis reports that CodeHealer produces?

A: Yes, CodeHealer can export its reports to a variety of file formats, including PDF (Adobe), HTML, CSV (Comma delimited e.g. Excel or databases) and TXT (plain text).

Q: Can I run CodeHealer automatically as part of my build process?

A: Yes, CodeHealer has a comprehensive set of command line parameters and exit codes for use with automated build tools such as Automated Build Studio and FinalBuilder.


Frequently Asked Questions - SOCKShell


Q: What is SOCKShell?

A: SOCKShell is an easy-to-use program that expands and enhances the Windows Explorer context menu by adding a number of new predefined options and allowing you to add any number of your own options, both to the main context menu and to the SOCKShell submenu.

Q: How does that benefit me?

A: You can save time and improve you productivity by having the useful predefined options and your own personalised options available at all times at the click of a mouse.

Q: Can I add options to the main context menu?

A: Yes, you can add options to both the main context menu and the SOCKShell submenu, and you can arrange the options in any order that you wish.

Q: Can I try it without buying it?

A: Yes, simply go to the Downloads page and download the Shareware version.

Q: How is the Shareware version limited?

A: It is fully functional but contains a 'nag' or reminder message that will be enabled after 30 days from the date of installation. This reminder message will then be displayed each time SOCKShell is used for the following 14 days, and will indicate how many days you have remaining, but you can continue to use SOCKShell during that time with no loss of functionality. Once the 14 days are up, however, the message will indicate that the trial period has ended and all functionality will be disabled until you enter a valid license code, at which point all functionality will be restored.

Q: Does it have an uninstall option?

A: Yes, it can easily be fully uninstalled using the uninstall menu option.

Q: Why do the SOCKShell options on the main context menu appear in different positions depending on what is selected?

A: Unfortunately this is beyond our control, as Windows, not SOCKShell, decides the start position for the SOCKShell (and other Shell Extension) options on the main context menu. This appears to be based on a number of factors such as the type of item selected, the order of installation of the extensions, and the alphabetical order of the extension names as defined in the Registry.


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