"Andrew", "email"=>"am2605gmail.com", "display_name"=>"Andrew", "first_name"=>"Andrew", "last_name"=>"Myers"}" />
Here's a patch I made recently to enable CFScript highlighting to work on Adobe Brackets
Install the CFBrackets extension from the Brackets Extension Manager (File -> Extension Manager on windows).
Select Help -> Show Extensions Folder. Navigate to user/cf9.cfbrackets.org ('cf9' may be different depending on what flavour you have installed).
Download and unzip my patch from https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26388856/cfbrackets.zip into this folder.
Restart brackets (Debug -> Reload with extensions)
This will now use a modified version of Haxe mode to highlight
The CFBrackets should give some code completion for tags, but so far there's no code completion for cfscript. It may be something I look at next, depending on whether I end up using Brackets for CFML and/or there's much interest from others in it. Similar Haxe mode is "near enough" for basic syntax highlighting, but there's plenty that can be improved.
My intention is to submit this is a pull request to CFBrackets, but I want to play with it a bit first to see what issues arise.
Give it a try and let me know what you think.