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dave
06/04/2006 02:00 PM

im sure ~Dave the disruptor~ There is no better OS than the one I am using as far as I am concerned. some people do more than cfm editing and some ppl choose to use a better os as well ~Dave the disruptor~ I have been using CFE for nearly 2 months now, and I still miss Homesite. In fact I keep it open at the same time for the quick reference to tag editor, function/tag insert and quick help. CFE has a way to go before it beats CFStudio/homesite for CFML editing. russ Definitely do the videos. I'm fairly open to new ideas but again, as I mentioned in an earlier post, I don't just jump to the next tool because its the "in" thing. If you're videos do a good job of showing me the benefits, I'd be more than happy to use CFE. Rey... Mark Drew wrote: > I think if you dont have the time to learn a new tool, no matter the > size of the site, you just wont. > > Nothing anyone can say will help you switch from one tool to another, > I would have to show you (ahh, yes people, I will be doing some > video's of using CFEclipse) > > MD > > > On 2 Jun 2006, at 20:55, Rey Bango wrote: > > >>>you're serious about development and want integration with >>>subversion, then CFEclipse is the best editor for you. >> >>Sorry, I didn't realize that people developing small sites weren't >>serious about development. ;) >> >>Rey... >> >> >> > > >


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