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ColdBox Eclipse Help Plugin: API Reference

Luis Majano October 15, 2008

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Luis Majano

October 15, 2008

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The beta for ColdBox 2.6.0 will be coming soon and its full of wonderful optimizations and some new features. You can read all about its progress here. The compatibility guide is also being written and if you are upgrading from previous releases you might want to check it out just in case there is something you need to update.

As you can see from the screenshot above, the new 2.6.0 comes with an eclipse documentation plugin, that embeds the entire codebase API into your eclipse help. The other cool thing is that all the documentation was produced by a coldbox application using the updated cfcViewer plugin. As you can see from the screenshot, the class documented is the new MXUnit class to support unit testing via MXUnit. Anyways, the plugin is now available in the nightly build or via SVN, and there might be some other plugins coming your way? (Husshhh) or maybe even a wiki? (Hushhhh)

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Apr 12, 2008 01:27:43 UTC

by Sami Hoda

Luis - You never cease to amaze. Very nice!

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