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by: Bernard Teo

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Fri 27 Jul 2012

Upgrade to Mountain Lion

Category : Technology/UpgradeToML.txt

I've got every one of my apps now running on Mountain Lion. There's a lot of powerful technologies underneath in every level of Mac OS X Mountain Lion (and in iOS 6). So it's something that I really want to build on (if only Apple could slow the pace of the changes so that we can actually build more new features, than re-tooling stuff to fit the changes they wrought).

So I want to encourage every one to get on board Mountain Lion by making any previous version of our apps upgradeable to its Mountain Lion version at the same standard upgrade price of $15 (except for Luca which is a bit more but I'm also thinking about that one), even all the way back to Postfix Enabler.

This way I can focus all our energies on this single latest version of OS X (and on iOS6) and integrating the features across all the Apple devices. Do check out the whole range of all our apps on our main Cutedge web site. Thanks to all the people who're upgrading – it's like seeing old friends once again.

Posted at 11:13PM UTC | permalink

Mountain Lion versions of all my apps

Category : Technology/MLVersionsOfAllMyApps.txt

Ok, I've fixed the problem with Mountain Lion not having Fetchmail built in. So I've built a Fetchmail binary to ship with MailServe.

MailServe for Mountain Lion can be found here :

The other Mountain Lion apps I'm ready to release are : DNS Enabler, DNS Agent, WebMon and Luca.

And there is also a Liya 2.0.7, which can already work on Mountain Lion.

I'm still testing them, so this is like a soft release, so I can fix problems as they come in. 

As Mountain Lion stabilises, I will be building more features on top of these versions, so do come back and check if there are updates. 

And I will update the documentation in the following days (they're still showing the Lion screen shots).

Do also keep your feature requests coming in. Mountain Lion is a promising platform to build more powerful apps (though I hate the sandbox). So I'm looking ahead to the coming work with relish.

Posted at 9:32AM UTC | permalink

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  • Apache 2 Web Server
  • Postfix Mail Server
  • Dovecot IMAP Server
  • Fetchmail
  • SpamBayes Spam Filter
  • Procmail
  • BIND DNS Server
  • DNS Agent
  • WebDAV Server
  • VPN Server
  • PHP-based weblog
  • MySQL database
  • PostgreSQL database

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