Duuuuude! I just got mentioned on the ColdFusion Weekly Pod Cast. How freakin' cool is that! (( blushing )).
And yes, that is how you say my last name... Nadel : (nay) (dell).
I just wanted to make one comment on something that was mentioned on the show. Charlie Arehart was talking about FusionDebug and he mentioned that sometimes it is hard to debug, especially when in a ColdFusion component that does not allow output. This is very true. Now, it is not a great method (for obvious reasons), but I just wanted to stress stress stress that the following code will ALWAYS be visible:
<!--- Dump out message. ---> <cfdump var="This needs to be debugged:" /> <cfdump var="#Now()#" /> <cfabort />
Anything CFDump'ed out followed by a CFAbort tag will halt the page and display the page buffer on the screen. This works in a non-outputting Component / Method. Heck, this even works inside a CFSaveContent tag and that tag isn't even meant to put stuff in the page buffer at all.
I am sure there are times when this doesn't work, but I have yet to come across one. Of course, you do ABORT the page processing, but when you are trying to debug, this is not worst thing.
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