For those who remember how I was an editor waffler will remember that I play around with Komodo from time to time, and decided to get back into using it again. There are alpha 5.0 versions available so I downloaded one and tried it out. Seems to be less resource hungry than previous versions (as in it doesn't cause my fan in my MacBook to start up every time I open Komodo). Now, since I know a few people at Activestate I emailed Jeff Griffiths to ask him a few questions. He responded by hacking together something very quickly for adding code intelligence for CakePHP to your views. If you're a Komodo user (or are interested in trying out Komodo), try it out and let Jeff know how it's working out.
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