iTools Update Supports ColdFusion

iTools is a web site management system for Mac OSX. It is used to manage Apache, MySQL, and more. And as per a Mac News Network story, the just released iTools 8.2.2 has added support for ColdFusion. If anyone has experience with iTools and has used the ColdFusion support, please share.

7 responses to “iTools Update Supports ColdFusion”

  1. Joshua Cyr Avatar
    Joshua Cyr

    Interesting news.
    Ben where you listening to an ipod when posting this? Slight typo in your blog entry. 😉

  2. Dave Carabetta Avatar
    Dave Carabetta

    Hmmm, they do know that it’s *Adobe* ColdFusion now, right? 😉

  3. Alan Dix Avatar
    Alan Dix

    iTunes on the brain…musical osmosis…mmmmmm, music.

  4. Ben Forta Avatar
    Ben Forta

    Oops! 🙂 Fixed.
    — Ben

  5. Anita Holmgren Avatar
    Anita Holmgren

    Just to clarify, our ColdFusion support consists of an Apache 2.2 module for both PPC and Intel for Adobe’s ColdFusion package. So users of ColdFusion can use the package when running Tenon’s advanced Apache on Mac OS X 10.4.x for either PowerPC or Intel. So what we did was provide the ability for ColdFusion to run with the latest 2.2 Apache fork.

  6. Erick Rodriguez Avatar
    Erick Rodriguez

    well, i’m glad to test it if i have $180 to buy it. anyway, ¿why selling iTools if all(apache/php/tomcat/etc) is GNU?

  7. Anita Holmgren Avatar
    Anita Holmgren

    The configuration and management GUI is what you’re paying for, and yes the idea is to use all open source modules, like Apache, PHP, MySQL, Tomcat. You can think of it as a value-added stack. And the price is $349, not $180.
    However you can download it and use it for 14 days for FREE.
    The ColdFusion Apache 2.2 module is here:
    for PPC
    for Intel

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