Prepping for a work-trip to DC: not looking forward to being away from family and home for the better part of a week, but looking forward to a bit of distance from the incessant drum-beat of work phone and work email that might actually facilitate some productive time sandwiched around meetings and presentations…
Prompted by an external nudge, I’ve started working on folding support for dealing with the Komodo v10+ UI into my Komodo color schemes. First up is Solaron-Light, based in part on the nudge and because I use it as my primary scheme. Current implementation is pictured below, although it is likely to get a bit of tuning as I work on its dark counterpart.
Another adventure begins: Li starts fourth grade today. New grade, new school. I don’t think I’m ready for summer to start winding down.
A minor update that adds support for auto-complete for CFML’s operator words (e.g.,
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).