Plugins usage in 3rd-party applications

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There are several source examples for those who wants to use Total Commander plugins in their applications.

Lister plugins (WLX)

  • ATViewer: Delphi source. Special component developed which allows to use Lister plugins in your Delphi applications. The almost complete Lister interface is implemented. Component is also available on Torry.net.
  • WDX/WLX Guide: Delphi source. Simple implementation of Lister interface. Handling of many Lister properties is missed.
  • WLX2FAR - FAR plugin: C++ source. Plugin for FAR Manager.
  • FileCommander: C++ source. FileCommander is a separate file manager on SourceForge, similar to TC, which supports Lister and Content plugins.


Packer plugins (WCX)


File-system plugins (WFX)


Content plugins (WDX)

  • WDX/WLX Guide: Delphi source. Correct Content interface implementation, but not the latest version - changing of custom columns values is not supported.
  • SuperWDX: Delphi source. Based on WDX/WLX Guide.
  • FileCommander: C++ source. FileCommander is a separate file manager on SourceForge, similar to TC, which supports Lister and Content plugins.


Notes

Here is a comment by Christian Ghisler, Total Commander author, about TC plugins usage in 3rd-party applications:

I don't have anything against other authors implementing the Total Commander plugin interface. To the contrary, it's very good - the more programs support it, there more plugins will be available, so Total Commander users will benefit too!



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