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Veja neste artigo que tem a função de mostra as extensões do Delphi. Muitas vezes nós vemos os arquivos mas não temos a mínima ideia do que seja, agora com esta lista podemos ver muitas das suas extensões esclarecidas e explicadas.

Olá galera, vamos a esta este artigo, que tem a função de mostra as extensões do Delphi. Muitas vezes nós vemos os arquivos mas não temos a mínima ideia do que seja, agora com esta lista podemos ver muitas das suas extensões esclarecidas e explicadas.

File extension

Type

Delphi Version

Description

Keep in Source Control?

.adt

?

Rad Studio 2010 enterprise and newer

QA Audit set file, the stored settings for a QA audit

 

.bdsdeploy

?

 

Deployment file

 

.bdsgroup

text/xml

Delphi 2005 and 2006

BDS Project Group, combines several projects into a group. Only put under source control if you actually use that feature.

Maybe

.bdsproj

text/xml

Delphi 2005 and 2006

Borland Developer Studio Project File. Successor of the .dof file holding compiler options etc. Also used for opening a project.

Yes

.bpg

text

Delphi 7 and older

Borland Project Group, combines several projects into a group. Only put under source control if you actually use that feature.

Maybe

.bpl

Binary

Delphi 4 and newer

Borland Package Library. DLL including VCL components available for use in the Delphi environment at design time or by applications at run time.

Maybe

.cbk

Other

 

Temporary Backup File.

No

.cfg

text

Delphi 7 and older

Project Configuration File.

No

The Delphi IDE (up to Version 7) automatically creates this file from the settings in the .DOF file. It is only used by the command line compiler. See elsewhere in this wiki regarding command line compilation.

.dcl

binary

 

Delphi Component Library

 

.dcp

Binary

 

Delphi Component Package. Contains symbol information for code compiled into a package.

Maybe

.dcpil

Binary

 

Delphi Compiler Symbolic Information. The purpose of a .DCPIL file is to provide symbolic information to the compiler about certain language constructs that can’t be reconstituted from CLR metadata alone. This is a traditional Delphi technique for handling and caching compiler symbols.

Maybe

.dcr

Resource

 

Delphi Component Resource File. Contains resource information for components, such as the icon to display in the palette.

Yes

.dcu

Binary

Win32

Delphi Compiled Unit File.

Maybe

.dcuil

Binary

.NET

Delphi Compiled Unit File

Maybe

.ddp

Other

Delphi 7 and older

Delphi Diagram Portfolio File. Used by the diagram editor.

Maybe

.dfm

binary or text

 

Delphi Win32 Form File. A file listing the various objects and their property values contained within a form, including such things as form control coordinates. Right click on the form and select View as Text from the pop-up menu to view this file. Manual alterations to this file may prevent the IDE from being able to load the form. Use the Environment Options dialog to specify which format to use for newly created forms. The text format is recommended as it better supports source control.

Yes

.dof

text

Delphi 7 and older

Delphi Project Options File. Text file containing project options (such as compiler and linker settings, version info, search path and output directories).

Yes (but beware: It might contain absolute paths)

.dpc

?

 

Delphi Package Collection

 

.dpk

text

 

Delphi Package Project

Yes

.dpkw

text

 

Delphi Package Project for Windows (Never seen in the wild)

Yes

.dpl

Binary

Delphi 3 and older

Delphi Package Library. Superseded by .bpl in later Delphi versions.

Maybe

.dpr

text

All Delphi versions

Delphi Project File. The main file for any project. Contains the source code of the main file for a Delphi project. It is the primary entry point for the executable and refers to the other source files in the project. Do not delete.

Yes

.dproj

text/xml

Delphi 2007 and newer

Delphi Project File. Replaces bdsproj file.

Yes (but beware: It might contain absolute paths)

.drc

text

 

Resource String File. Contains resource string information. Can be deleted; will be regenerated from source code by compiler.

No

.dsk

text

 

Delphi Desktop File. Contains information about the IDE desktop settings, including which files are open and the position of windows.

No

.dsm

Binary

Delphi 6?

Browser Symbol information from the last successful compile. Enviroment -> Preferences -> Desktop contents.

No

.groupproj

text/xml

Delphi 2007 and newer

Project Group File. Replaces .bdsgroup file.

Yes

.identcache

?

 

Temporary Cache File created by refactoring engine to improve performance.

No

.int

text

 

Interface part of Unit not shipped with source, typically in $(Delphi)doc

 

.local

text/xml

Delphi 2005 and newer

User-specific project options. When using Starteam projects it will contain overrides to settings from the .bdsproj file.

No

.map

text

 

The optional error map file will contain a list of error addresses and source line numbers, grouped together for each source file in the application. To create a detailed .map file, ensure the {D+} compiler directive is set, and the “Detailed Map File” option selected in the Project >Options>Linker page of the IDE.

No

.mts

QA Metrics set file

Rad Studio 2010 enterprise or newer

The stored settings for QA metric

 

.nfm

Resource

Delphi 8.0 or newer

Delphi .NET Form File.

Yes

.pas

Source

 

Delphi Unit Source File.

Yes

.proj

 

 

Codegear RAD Studio project.

Yes

.res

Binary

 

BinaryResource File. Binary file associated with a project containing resource definitions, such as strings, icons, images etc.This file will be recreated by the IDE when loading a project but the icon will get lost in that process. Therefore you should either keep it in source control or find another way to create it.

Yes

.rsm

Binary

 

Remote Debugging Symbols file.

 

 

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