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How to use EurekaLog

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Caution: this is old EurekaLog 6 documentation. This is not the latest version.

 

You must recompile your Delphi/C++Builder projects in order to use EurekaLog with them.

 

EurekaLog will automatically apply all necessary changes to make your projects intercept every exception.

 

To access to your project EurekaLog options, use the new "Project/EurekaLog Options..." menu item (see here).

 

To check if your project is compiled with EurekaLog you can check if the EUREKALOG directive exists.

 

Example:

 

{$IFDEF EUREKALOG}

   WriteLn('Compiled with EurekaLog.');

{$ELSE}

   WriteLn('Compiled without EurekaLog.');

{$ENDIF}

 

 

To check if your project is compiled with a specified EurekaLog version you can check if the EUREKALOG_VER5 or EUREKALOG_VER6 directive exists.

 

Example:

 

{$IFDEF EUREKALOG}

   {$IFDEF EUREKALOG_VER6}

     WriteLn('Compiled with EurekaLog 6.x.');

   {$ELSE}

     {$IFDEF EUREKALOG_VER5}

       WriteLn('Compiled with EurekaLog 5.x.');

     {$ELSE}

       WriteLn('Compiled with EurekaLog 4.x.');

     {$ENDIF}

   {$ENDIF}

{$ELSE}

   WriteLn('Compiled without EurekaLog.');

{$ENDIF}

 




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