Uses clause

Is there any good reason why it's not possible to have . in a unit name?

I have a project with libraries grouped by type in a database. like
   Lib
        Util
                Unit1
                Unit2
        Math
                Unit1
                unit2
                unit3
        Log
                ....
and so on, 
I would like use a uses clause like 
  Uses Lib.Util.Unit1, Math.Unit2;
Now I have to use a different seperator, and it does not look correct....

That's how it is for now with TMS Scripter, dots are parsed as identifier separators, that would require some non-trivial work in the parser. Doesn't a underline solve your problem?

 It works, with underline. but does not look correct. (visually) :-)

usually . is used for grouping, and _ for seperating word's.

Hi, we also have the same problem. Our unitname has dots.
I can't use
IDEEngine1.RegisterComponent('mgm', TmgmcxErpButtonEdit, 'umgm.Components.mgmcxErpButtonEdit');
I do following:
IDEEngine1.RegisterComponent('mgm', TmgmcxErpButtonEdit, '');
initialization
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxGroupBoxLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxButtonLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmButtonPanelLibrary);

RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxLabelLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxTextEditLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsEditConstTypesLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsErpEditConstTypesLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxErpButtonEditLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxCurrencyEditLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxDateEditLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxTimeEditLibrary);
RegisterScripterLibrary(TatumgmComponentsmgmcxRichEditLibrary);

But I think it's not a good solution?

It's fine, the last parameter of the RegisterComponent method is just used to add the unit to the uses clause of your script if a component is placed in the form, nothing more.