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dave
06/05/2006 05:46 PM

I think the one that  works is at sourceforge, i cant find the link though. I'm sure Mark can give us the correct one. Yesterday I just downloaded the nightly build from Marks site and put it in the plugin folder ~Dave the disruptor~ Nope. It didn't work for me. I installed the most stable version of Eclipse and had to install CFEclipse manually...and this was last night. And on a different note, the FTP plugin stinks. Constant disconnects. Rey... Eric Roberts wrote: > It should be http://www.cfeclipse.org/update like it says on the site. This > has always worked before. > > Eric > > I ran into this as well before and as it turned out almost all the links > were wrong on peoples sites and as soon as the new link was entered it was > fine. Of course I forget what that link is now. > > ~Dave the disruptor~ > > Something else I just found...last night I went to d/l it and got eclipse > installed. Went to get cfeclipse through the recommended process and it said > that there were no updates (fresh install of eclipse with no cfeclipse) Was > there a prob with the server last night? I ended up just downloading the > plugin and adding it manually. > > Eric > > I must say I havent touched it, it used to work, I never needed it myself > (different deployment process) > > I want Adobe to release the API to the RDS plugin so I can do more of a team > synchronising with RDS servers and the same with FTP. More like how > Dreamweaver does it. > > There are SO many features I am sure people want, if we get more > contributors to the project then we can get it done. > > MD > > On 4 Jun 2006, at 02:56, Eric Roberts wrote: > > >>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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