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06/04/2006 06:33 PM

As I said, I have been using cfeclipse for 2 months now, so that hardly translate to  "I am never going to change". Changing your IDE is one thing, but you can't expect everyone to change their OS as well, like most people I have years of time and money invested in windows and the associated software, so no I'm going to be changing that any time soon. I like windows. Russ Why does some of the arguments about HomeS**te Vs CFEclipse sound exactly like OS X Vs Windows or Linux vs Windows or Vi vs Emacs? I like CFEclipse so much I actually started making it a better product. So maybe I have a vested interest in being the minority, yes I use OS X and CFEclipse, sorry, I dont use Windows and HomeS**te.   but I am still working on a product for the community that uses Windows. Stop the madness and mud slinging. I shall try to do my best to show to people why CFEclipse is different and why you might like it after the initial trial of learning it, but if you arent going to change, even if CFEclipse writes the code for you whilst it makes you coffee and gives you a back-rub, I would see this as a waste of time, that would be better spend on making it a better product for people that use it. At the end of the day, I get no benefit on "more" people using it, it isnt like I am selling the dammed thing. MD On 4 Jun 2006, at 13:43, Snake wrote: > 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~

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