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Archives - December 2004

December 31, 2004

Friday Funny - What to do when your cow-orker is on vacation

The Chia Keyboard
Help keep the dust away from their things
Help them get packed
Go for that space age look

Posted by jhusum - 07:13 AM - Funny Shtuff - Comments [ 1 ] - Link to this entry

December 26, 2004

Fuseminder FB4 1.03

Jeff Peters posted this to the Fusebox mailing list recently:

I've just posted FuseminderFB4 1.03 in the Grok's Goodies section at GrokFusebox.com. This is a bugfix release.

You can find it here: http://www.grokfusebox.com/index.cfm?ref=showGoodies

Posted by jhusum - 09:21 PM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

December 24, 2004

Friday Funny - Gingerbread computer

Here's a nice holiday edible treat for your favorite geek - a gingerbread computer

- via Slashdot

Posted by jhusum - 08:03 AM - Funny Shtuff - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

December 23, 2004

New build of CFCdoc

Phil Cruz posted this to the Mach-II mailing list recently:

I just released build #59 which adds support for "custom" file header comments as well as "javadoc" style file header comments. Check the examples on the site.

The javadoc tags currently supported are @author and @version. I didn't think it made sense to support @param and @return as those would be defined in the actual <cfcomponent>. If there are other @ tags that people want let me know.

You can find the CFCdoc at http://philcruz.com/cfcdoc

Posted by jhusum - 03:04 PM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

Fusebox3 plug-in for cfeclipse

Mark Drew posted this to the Fusebox mailing list recently:

I just released the first release (real pre-alpha) of the Fusebox 3 plugin for cfeclipse. This is a plugin that will allow you to browse your fbx3 application and navigate to the right bit of code from a tree view

I am looking for feature requess and bug testing (oh so many bugs) Sorry to take up your time but if you would like to check it out, click over to:


Posted by jhusum - 02:28 PM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

December 15, 2004

CFSQLTool version 1.7 is available for download

Joseph Flanigan posted this to the CFCDev mailing list recently:

CFSQLTool version 1.7 is available for download. It is still open source and no charge. http://www.switch-box.org/CFSQLTool/Download/

This release includes a new code generation wizard for building a CFC Service that can be used to dynamically instance data access layer wrapper CFCs by setting the wrapper CFC as an object of the service. There are some other improvements.

The release note has more information. http://www.switch-box.org/CFSQLTool/doc_1_7_ReleaseNotes.html

Posted by jhusum - 07:16 AM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

December 10, 2004

Sean Corfield moves his site from Mach-II to FB4.1

Sean Corfield, in his ever continuing tinkering with his site, has changed the underlying code again. He has written an article detailing the conversion from Mach-II to Fusebox4.1 where he notes the process he used in converting the site and his reasoning for doing it.

Posted by jhusum - 06:29 AM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

Friday Funny - Daddy, how was I born?

Eric asks: "Daddy, how was I born?"

DAD SAYS: Ah, my son, I guess one day you will need to find out anyway! Well, you see your Mom and I first got together in a chat room on AOL. Then I set up a date via e-mail with your Mom and we met at a cyber-cafe. We sneaked into a secluded room, where your mother agreed to a download from my hard drive. As soon as I was ready to upload, we discovered that neither one of us had used a firewall, and since it was too late to hit the delete button, nine months later a blessed little Popup appeared and said:

"You've Got Male"

Posted by jhusum - 06:22 AM - Funny Shtuff - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

December 07, 2004

New FB4 PHP core available

An announcement from Mike on the FB4 PHP mailing list - there is a new set of core files:

Here's the changelog:

[*] (01/12/04) - fixed error in Location() function regarding session ID.

[*] (01/12/04) - fixed looping error when preparing fuseboxDOT variables.

[*] (01/12/04) - fixed bug in runtime and loader that prevented proper inclusion of core files when located below the current app's webroot.

There's one last thing to change, per the CFMX core files, and that is to remove the minor version number from the filenames of the 4 main core files. fusebox41.runtime.php4.php will become fusebox4.runtime.php4.php. I'm purposefully leaving this to the absolutely very last moment, to minimize the impact on any early adopters of the new core files. Once we're completely certain that the core files are stable enough to be stamped "official", I'll rename them and package them up on the final downloads site.

Let me know how it goes! Thanks to all who have posted bug reports on the SF site!

You can find the new core files at http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpfb4/

Posted by jhusum - 11:45 PM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry

Flex/Laszlo article

Another article comparing Macromedia's Flex and the Laszlo Presentation Server.

RIA platforms lend apps more Flash.

Posted by jhusum - 11:42 PM - General - Comments [ 0 ] - Link to this entry