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Chapter 14. Construction and Coding > Fuseminder2: Just Like Magic

Fuseminder2: Just Like Magic

We have already mentioned Fuseminder2 and how it is going to create our skeleton for us. Well, now is the time to do just that. MindMapper has taken us as far as it can go. Now we have to start using ColdFusion.

After saving the Mind Map in its normal format, save the map as a text file (.txt). This saves the entire map as an outline file, similar to the outline style you might have used to take notes in high school. Because of the format that MindMapper uses, Fuseminder2 can convert all the tab spaces and node names into a skeleton. After running Fuseminder2 on the text file, a complete directory structure is created. Every circuit’s framework files are created. The fbx_switch.cfm file is built for each circuit, complete with a <cfcase></cfcase> set for each fuseaction. A template is made for each fuse, and they are all <cfincluded> in order in the fuseaction. The fbx_settings.cfm and default layout files are created. The circuits structure is even written out in the root fbx_circuits.cfm file. In fact, Fuseminder2 creates blank Fusedocs for you to fill in and writes any notes you made in the Mind Map into the right fuse. It is truly a sight to behold. Talk about saving some time! You have only barely opened ColdFusion Studio, and you already have every fuse started as a fusestub. Just to prove it, Figure 14.18 shows our new application’s directory after running Fuseminder2.


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