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Matt Curry's Blog:
Interactive Plugin For CakePHP Console and DebugKit
June 10, 2009 @ 09:33:36

Matt Curry has released a new plugin for running code against a CakePHP installation (either via DebugKit or the command line).

I teased this on twitter last week, so here's the official release. The interactive plugin is a super easy way to run code against your Cake app. You can use it either through a custom panel in the DebugKit or from the command line as a shell.

The plugin [github] allows you to run all sorts of operations - simple PHP commands, Cake functions, application code, debugging statements and SQL queries.

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