A minor update that adds support for auto-complete for CFML’s operator words (e.g., eq, contains) and, in doing so, fixes a problem with auto-complete for function names that start with specific sequences like “is” and “ge” (e.g., isDefined). It should show up in the Komodo Packages repository later today.
Available as of this evening; more information on the Komodo-CFML page. This one, despite the relatively minor bump in version number, is a complete rewrite of the extension in order to provide the basis for code-intelligence popups for function names, scopes, and keywords. It also provides support for Komodo Edit/IDE v10 (released today).
We watched the first half of Star Wars IV yesterday with Li yesterday afternoon for the first time; she loves it.
We’ve started: We watched the first half of Star Wars IV yesterday with Li for the first time. The Millenium Falcon just got pulled into the Death Star after coming out of light speed only to find that Alderaan had been obliterated by the Empire. I’d forgotten how bad the movie is: bad acting, bad dialog, bad effects, and unfortunately we’re watching the version that Mr. Lucas “added” stuff to. I’d also forgotten how many iconic dialog lines came out of this first movie, too. Li loves it…