3 Replies Latest reply: May 16, 2012 9:00 PM by RamKulkarni RSS

    Question about CFB2  Feature

    minli98 Community Member

      Hi,

       

      I am trying out CFB2 and I was wondering if there is a way for me to point to a function and go to the place where it's defined?

       

      Also, the built-in ftp seems to be extremely slow (over 30seconds to upload a file).  Is this normal?

       

      Thank you!

        • 1. Re: Question about CFB2  Feature
          RamKulkarni Community Member

          You can jump to the function definition by CTRL+Click on the function call.

           

          -Ram

          Adobe ColdFusion Team

          • 2. Re: Question about CFB2  Feature
            minli98 Community Member

            Hi Ram,

             

            Thanks, that works.  It took a while for the blue underline to come on which is why I thought it was not working when I tried it before.

             

            I am coming from DW5.5, and one of the things I am having a hard time adjusting in CFB is the code assist.  It often does not appear, particularly when I type too fast.    So I often would have to pause or backspace in order to trigger the code assist to come up.  I have set the preference for the code assist delay to 0, but it is still quite inconsistent.

             

            Also, any thought on my ftp issue?  Why is it so slow?

             

            All in all, I like CFB2 so far.  I haven't checked out all the functionalities I need, like version control and code compare. I must say though that DW feels smoother, more polished and more solid. 

             

            Thanks,

            minli

            • 3. Re: Question about CFB2  Feature
              RamKulkarni Community Member

              You can trigger code assist by CTRL+SPACE also. ColdFusion Builder has to parse the file before displaying code assist, and to improve the performance, it parses the file only after there is a short pause in typing, or when it is manualy triggered by ctrl+space.

               

              Regarding FTP, are you saying FTP in CFB is slower than in other products? I don't think we have observed terrible performance issues with FTP in our testing.

               

              -Ram

              Adobe ColdFusion Team