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Russ
06/03/2006 10:21 PM

Personally, I haven't used ftp in a little while since we've set up local development environments (which as SOOO sweet by the way).  But I've been using ftp with cfeclipse for a while, and I believe it was pretty broken in the stable release, but was getting better and better in the nightly builds. Try those.   Russ > I never could get the FTP to work on cfeclipse.  I always has to use an > ftp > program to upload my files if they were on a remote machine.  Has that > been > fixed/improved mark? > > Eric > > Ok well there would be more than 13 but the point is just as you say, they > won't be doing something that they lose a ton of money on which pretty > much > means there aren't enough people buying it to justify it. > > Personally, I thought setting hs up was a pita kinda like how eclipse is > now > and to me they both have similar problems, the main one for me is that if > i > am doing css stuff then I gotta upload every change and then go browse it > to > see wtf is going on and then I gotta go to a pc to see how bad ie broke > it. > At least in dw it cuts most of that out. > > And ftp is such a problem with both > > ~Dave the disruptor~ > > dave wrote: > > And why would Adobe add it? It's done, gone and I doubt they will bring > it > back for the 13 people who want it. > > I would venture to say that there are quite a bit more than 13 people that > use it. I know of plenty that still love it. But I don't see Adobe ever > restarting development on a non-money making product. > > Rey... > > > > > >


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