Updating Adobe Coldfusion Builder Error

So I was updating from Adobe Coldfusion Builder 2.0 to 2.0.1 and the installation said that it completed with errors. (I didn't uninstall first because the internet told me I didn't have to) After this error and the installation completed I couldn't open up Coldfusion Builder. I would get this error:

"The CFbuilder executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library"

So I decided that I was going to uninstall it and reinstall it. After I go to Uninstall Programs and try to uninstall it I was receiving this error:

"You do not have sufficient access to uninstall Adobe Coldfusion Builder 2. Please contact your system administrator."

Which is weird because I should have admin permissions. After looking online it seems that others have seen this error but there was no solution. Just for fun I decided to rename my Adobe directory (c:\Adobe\) which is where eclipse and what not is installed. After I did that I re-ran the installation for CFB 2.0.1 and wala it worked. Kind of hacky but seemed to work for me.

Quick Review - Adobe Brackets

So I finally got around to playing around with Adobe's open source IDE, Brackets used to edit HTML/JS/CSS, built with HTML/JS/CSS! So far I really like it. It's really light weight, opens up really fast and remembers the last files you were working on. My favorite feature is it has JSLint built into it so as you are working on a JS file it parses your file and gives you errors as you save. This is great I spent some time the other day just working through the JSLint errors. Found a lot of unnecessary code from it. For example I had this (don't know why it was left in there but JSLint found it)

view plain print about
1if (variable) {
2    doSomething();
3} else {
4    //doSomethingElse();

JSLint complains about unnecessary brackets because of code being commented out. This is slick because if I don't need the function call then I don't need the call. (don't need commented out code if you are using some sort of version control).

Another slick thing about Adobe Brackets is that since it's built using HTML/JS/CSS you can tweak any of the settings by jumping into the source code. I do warn you tweaking this can cause issues with rendering the IDE mainly because it's not fully stable yet. I should warn you that it's in what I call pre-alpha stage.

If you want to check it out you can d/l it at The GitHub

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