Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). Macromedia Products and Mac OS X - Mac Software Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In Macromedia Products and Mac OS X dave k. Posted: December 21, 2001 8:39PM in Mac Software edited January 2014 Any idea on the following Macromedia apps for Mac OS X:DreamweaverDirectorShockwaveFlashFireWorksAnd what about the following conversions for Mac OS X:HomeSiteCold FusionJRunAuthorwareSite SpringAnyone have any insight??? Comments Reply 1 of 2 cosmonut Posts: 4,872member December 24, 2001 11:40PM Most Macromedia products haven't even been given a tentative release date. Macromedia's been really quiet on when OS X versions of their programs are coming out.I've got a gut feeling most of them will be out by the end of Macworld Tokyo, though.Just a gut feeling. Reply 2 of 2 berbercarpet Posts: 242member December 27, 2001 4:52PM [quote]Originally posted by Dave K.:<strong>And what about the following conversions for Mac OS X:HomeSiteCold FusionJRunAuthorwareSite SpringAnyone have any insight???</strong><hr></blockquote>No insight, but I have conjecture:HomeSiteWill never ever ever happen. Macromedia's DW team like BBEdit too much and BareBones aint selling. They also would never get most people to switch and they know it.Cold FusionThis we may well see in version 6, or possibly a 5.5 release. It already runs on *ix, right? So it's (though not a small task) not all that tough to bring it to OS X.Site SpringI don't think Site Spring will make it in its current incarnation: it simply isn't usefull enough to a small shop for the price, nor scalable enough for a truly large shop.Without some major re-thinking of what it is and what it ought to do, it will not make it past version 2, let alone make it to OS X.AuthorwareAuthorware? What is authorware?Acutally, that's my answer... will not happen as it's such a niche market. I'm amazed you can still buy it. Can you say "Drumbeat."JRunThis I truly have no idea about. It probably depends on how popular OS X becomes as a hosting platform. If'n Apple were to start making a 4 or 8 processor iRack server or something, then for sure, will happen. Sign In or Register to comment.