CodeSnip v4.13.0 has just been released and adds supports for test compiling snippets with Delphi 10 Seattle.
The program's Configure Compilers dialogue box should now be able to auto-detect Delphi 10 on systems where it is installed. Since I don't have Delphi 10 Seattle installed I'd be grateful if any users who do can let me know if this works: please leave a comment.
To configure to CodeSnip to work with Delphi 10 Seattle, select the Tools | Configure Compilers menu option and in the resulting dialogue box click the Detect Delphi Compilers button. If the compiler has been detected it will appear in bold in the list of compilers on the left of the dialogue window.
Note: Any AppMethod installations may be reported as Delphi.
Download this new release using the following links:
Improved Build Process
As from this release the build process has been simplified for those wishing to build the program from source. You no longer need the Microsoft MIDL compiler, and hence the MS SDK to build the program's type library. This can now be built using only tools provided with Delphi.
For detailed information on how to build CodeSnip 4.13.0 please see the file Build.html in the source code download above or in the version-4.13.0 tag branch of the Subversion repo.