Subeclipse 1.0.0 Released

The 1.0.0 version of Subeclipse has been released. In case you're not familiar with the project, it's a plugin for Eclipse used to connect to subversion (source control software) servers.

Read more about the release on the Subeclipse website.

Macromedia to Officially Support CFEclipse

I just finished watching the keynote at CFUnited given by Tim Buntel and Ben Forta. Macromedia plans to officially support CFEclipse. I want to give a special thanks to the CFEclipse project team for their great support and dedication to a great development IDE for ColdFusion. I'm looking forward to their future release of version 2.

I recorded the announcement which you can see in the photo gallery under the June 29th folder. I applogize in advance... my digital camera's video recording features aren't really top notch :).

CFEclipse after Upgrading Eclipse to 3.1M7

I've been using Eclipse 3.0.1 for some time now to develop my Coldfusion applications. Today I decided to upgrade to version 3.1M7.

What a difference in speed. The thing I noticed most right away was that ctrl+m (a feature in the CFEclipse plugin) worked much better (ctrl+m was a feature that worked in CFStudio and Homesite+ where it would bring you to and from the beginning and the end of a tag. Very useful when you are working on a large file). Before the upgrade ctrl+m was taking a long time to respond when clicked more than once (at least this problem existed for me).

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