XcodeObjectivePascalSyntaxColoring.zipDownload and unzip the two files in this zip file. Run the objp_colors_xcode.sh script in a Terminal window. The script does 3 things:
In Finder, look under /var/folders until you find a folder named com.apple.DeveloperTools. In this folder you'll see folders that correspond to all of the versions of Xcode that you've ever run on your computer. Rename or delete the current version's folder (eg, 7.1-7B91b for Xcode 7.1). This is a cache folder and will be recreated the next time Xcode is run. Now start Xcode and you should see "Objective Pascal" in the Syntax Coloring menu.
Tip: For a better typing experience with Pascal, uncheck "Syntax-aware indenting" in Xcode preferences (on the Text Editing | Indentation tab).
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