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CFEclipseFacade moved to Google Code

August 22, 2007 ·

I just added my cfcUnit facade code into my Google Code project that already contained Closures, Concurrency, IRCBot and Scripting. Rich Kroll sent me a nice little fix for a bug in the facade so I figured it was a good time to move that file under version control and make it part of my regular builds process. Feel free to file bugs and enhancements in the issue tracker - and thank you for using my code!

Tags: cfeclipse · coldfusion · oss

3 responses

  • 1 Raymond Camden // Aug 22, 2007 at 10:42 AM

    Sean, would you consider posting to RIAForge as well? You can use the listing there just to point to your Google Code information.
  • 2 Sean Corfield // Aug 22, 2007 at 12:23 PM

    I have RIAForge projects for Closures, Concurrency and Scripting but the cfcUnit facade is just one file and it is supposed to be folded into cfcUnit itself at some point so it doesn't seem worth creating a new RIAForge project for it...

    I will probably create a RIAForge project for the IRCBot at some point (it needs a bunch of work and when I start in on that I'll add it to RIAForge). The same goes for the REST Adapter.
  • 3 Raymond Camden // Aug 22, 2007 at 5:22 PM

    Ah cool. You know - sometimes I forget what is actually up there. Don't tell anyone though.