DelphiBasics
$D
Compiler Directive
Determines whether application debug information is built
1   {$D-}
2   {$D+}
Description
The $D compiler directive determines whether Delphi builds debug information for the application.
 
By default, Delphi builds the information, which provides the line number when a program abnormally terminates.
 
The overheads for keeping $D on are minimal.
Notes
$DebugInfo is equivalent to $D.

The default value is $D+
Related commands
$DebugInfo Determines whether application debug information is built
$LocalSymbols Determines what application debug information is built
$ReferenceInfo Determines whether symbol reference information is built
$Y Determines whether application symbol information is built
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