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Rey Bango
06/02/2006 03:59 PM

You sure can. Oh wait, I'm not doing serious development!! ;) Rey... Ken Ferguson wrote: > Of course, you don't need CFE to use subversion in your IDE. I believe > you can use TortoiseSVN and all the Explorer TortoiseSVN right-click > options are there in the directory pane. > > --Ferg > > Russ wrote: > >>I've been using CFEclipse for a while... It's not as good as Homesite+ or CF >>Studio by itself.  It's missing the integrated help (although it gives you >>link to online docs, they're kind of slow).   >> >>However, once you pair it with Subcslipse (assuming you use subversion, >>which you should), it's awesome.   It becomes a real IDE, where I can make >>changes to the code base, deploy changes, merge changes from different >>branches, etc). >> >>So if you're just developing a small site without any sort of version >>control, then Homesite+ or Dreamweaver might work better for you, but if >>you're serious about development and want integration with subversion, then >>CFEclipse is the best editor for you. >> >>Just my $0.02. >> >>Russ >> >>   >> >>>Or adapt and improvise. I just don't like the CFE experience at this >>>moment and as Ken said, I find that CFStudio & Homesite+ do EVERYTHING >>>that I need and does it VERY well. >>> >>>If I need to switch to another IDE tomorrow because of a product >>>upgrade, a new product or a new OS, then I'll tackle it when I get >>>there. I just don't believe in following the crowd just because >>>everyone's heading in a specific direction; especially if there isn't a >>>VERY compelling reason to do so. Very lemming-like to me. ;) >>> >>>Rey... >>> >>>dave wrote: >>>     >>> >>>>This is the same reason IE lives, ppl just need to learn to let things >>>>       >>> >>>go and move onto new better things.;)~ >>>     >>> >>>>~Dave the disruptor~ >>>> >>>>Worked like a charm man!! >>>> >>>>CF Studio 5 lives!!! >>>> >>>>Rey... >>>> >>>>Ben Nadel wrote: >>>> >>>>       >>>> >>>>>Always a pleasure. >>>>> >>>>>....................... >>>>>Ben Nadel >>>>> >>>>> >>>>>Wow! You come through again for me Ben! You da man. >>>>> >>>>>Rey... >>>>> >>>>>Ben Nadel wrote: >>>>> >>>>> >>>>>         >>>>> >>>>>>Rey, >>>>>> >>>>>>I'm witchu. Why change if you don't have to. I use Homesite 5.5 (or is >>>>>>it >>>>>>+). Can't remember. All I know is every time I try to switch to >>>>>>+Eclipse it >>>>>>lacks several of the very things that I love most about Homesite. I >>>>>>have attached the CF tag updates for Homesite. Not sure if they will >>>>>>work for studio, but it might. >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>>ip >>>>>> >>>>>>Just in case any one gets all touchy, these are not my files, I did >>>>>>not write them, and I am sorry if I have put them somewhere for public >>>>>>use without permissions. >>>>>> >>>>>>....................... >>>>>>Ben Nadel >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>>Yep I still use CF Studio 5 for my development and I'm not ashamed to >>>>>>admit that I love it as an editor. It does exactly what I need and in >>>>>>the way I need doesn't have the latest tag updates >>>>>>for tag insight, "edit current tag" option or the docs. >>>>>> >>>>>>Anyone know if there's an update to that? >>>>>> >>>>>>Rey... >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>>           >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>>         >>>> >>>> >>>>       >>> >>>     >> >> > >

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