Following a comment I received earlier this week from a user of my Komodo extension for TaskJuggler project files, I have posted an updated version of that extension:
This version should work in all 8.* versions of Komodo Edit and IDE. It has been updated to provide syntax highlighting based on the current documentation for TaskJuggler v3.5.0.
As always, comments and feedback are welcome.
With ActiveState’s release of Komodo Edit/IDE version 8 today, this version of Komodo-CFML will work with version 8.x. No other changes.
I discovered yesterday we were having problems accepting new posts and possibly new comments here. I believe I have the problem resolved at this point. If you have submitted comments over the past two since mid-January and have not see your comment approved, my apologies… please resubmit your feedback or questions.
In updating my WordPress installation, I took a quick look at the statistics collected by the Akismet WordPress plugin I use to filter comment spam. It has been quite a while since I last looked at these numbers and they’re a little spooky:
- All time: 67,293 spam, 112 ham, 12 missed spam, 0 false positives for a 99.98% accuracy rate
- Past 6 months: 49,997 spam, 8 ham, 1 missed spam, 0 false positives for a 100% accuracy rate
In addition to the numbers, the shape of the comment spam volume curve is even spookier:
- 2008: 212
- 2009: 515
- 2010: 2,307
- 2011: 6,593
- 2012: 57,671 (YTD)
Thank you, Akismet!
(And in the time it took for me to draft this post, that all-time number increased by 22…)