Wow, apparently some folks do read this after all. :-) I haven't figured out how to tell from the Blogger site, and there were so few comments...
Anyway, Splintor asked:A cool thing would be a public wishlist, when we can see what you plan to add to the product, and suggest our own idea for improvements.
Another neat thing would be a public repository for Fiddler Inspectors.
Please file all feature requests in the "Feature Requests" forum at the top of http://www.fiddlertool.com/bbs/index.php
Feel free to point to Inspectors in either the Feature Requests or Script Samples forums as well-- I only know of two or three inspectors that have been written, so I wasn't aware that these had any level of public support yet.
I'll try to put together a "What I'm planning" post in the future, but for the moment, here's the known list:
1> HTTPS support. Everyone wants this.
2> More powerful HTTP response generation architecture, probably integrating Meddler (http://www.fiddlertool.com/meddler/)
3> Better modularization of code to enable Proxy engine to be repurposed
4> Release source on GotDotNet
5> Better script editor
6> Wizard for simple rule construction
7> Form/QueryString inspector
8> Generic Syntax-Highlighting text inspector (CSS, HTML, XML, JS, etc)
9> Non-ActiveX hex editor
(I should probably mention that I'm really busy shipping IE7 as well. :)