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kola.oyedeji
06/03/2006 05:37 AM

I think Denny makes and excellent point - if you want a feature added to homesite or CFstudio then you can complete the wishlist and hope that someone actually reads it. If you want a feature added to Homesite you can a) do it yourself (if you have the time/skills) b) hire someone to do it c)  pay for a feature to get added I should add that when I first started using CFEclipse and was working with Mark I asked for a feature to be added and the next day it was in there. You wont get that from  Adobe! Kola > > > > > Here, here.  Doing multiple line regex patterns is a nightmare > > sometimes. > > > Well isn't it handy that there are a few really nice regular expression > editor plugins for eclipse as well? ;-) > > I think one of the most fundamental and freaking awesome featues of eclipse > is it's OPEN SOURCE. > > If you'd like it to do X, you can go and and make it do X.  If you prefer Y, > go for it, do Y. > > Frankly that alone should kick any "but it doesn't do X" arguments in the > buttocks. > > Course, who really wants to learn java, or contribute to communities or > whatnot. :P~ > > As for the project structure, Ben, you may think about a versioning system, > and see how you're structure > would fit there, to get more of an overview of how to do it in eclipse. If > you're using SVN, externals might > be of interest, if you really like the "many projects in one project" idea. > > Really another nifty thing about eclipse and projects and that whole > mindset, is that it's more geared to standards and such, vs. the "edit > wherever I want, do what I want, etc." > > Take it from me, if you challenge yourself and your "clients", no project > will be a tiny project.  And organization > is pretty swell, when things get "big". > > Basically just cfeclipse+1, I guess, but MAN, eclipse is freaking nifty. > Blows anything closed source outta the water (potentially ;) > :denstar > > > > >> 1. The large box for extended search/replace. > > > Exist in limited fashion in Eclipse.  Only capable of doing single > > > line extended search/replace. > > > > And you can use regex as part of your search query, which should cover > > the multi-line stuff, but that's a pain in the %$# compared to HS.  But > > like I said before, I use CFE and just pop open HS when I need to do a > > complex find/replace. > > > > > > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >


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