[Seems a bit early for April fools]
> It's not Eclipse.
No matter how many fancy features it boasts to have, if it is not open source, I won't consider it.
It looks like it's still being developed at least. All this time later I still liked how easy it was to cfdump anything (at least there's LINQPad supports it for .NET) and how nice FusionReactor was for troubleshooting issues.
We used a bit of closed-source software but FR could be configured to sit between all db calls, which helped us point out some rather inefficient queries the CMS was doing.
Every now and again I see a .cfm in the URL and wouldn't mind working (briefly) with the language again.
EDIT: Still looking around at ColdFusion, I think really the price is what resulted in it's lack of adoption. Typical Adobe pricing that's focused on enterprise usage.
Does this version compile TIFF?
What about compiling an animated GIF, I have a few ideas to abuse that feature...
Did you even try using images? It’s not like it’s hard like learning VIM or something.
Using images instead of text files saved my life! Not dealing with version control saves so much time and improves my productivity to other spheres.