Mac Os X installer?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of manual
steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this question
twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A Yes or No
would be appreciated.

thanks.On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don’t really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty … your choice: http://lucee.org/downloads.html

Steps are the same for both:

  1. Download and unzip
  2. Execute the startup.sh file (or rename the startup.sh to
    startup.command and double-click it)
  3. Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
Steve

On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

@DMan,

I want to clarify that I’m not part of Team Lucee. So, I cannot answer
your question with a “Yes” or “No” directly.

That said, the steps are exactly the same on Windows too.

The key is, people need to have Java installed and a JAVA_HOME or JRE_HOME
environment variable defined. So, an installer would probably be good for
determining if the OS meets these requirements, and alert the end user
accordingly. I agree there’s value in this for non-technical people.
However, if you’re downloading Lucee, I think it’s fairly safe to assume
you would be a “technical” oriented person.

Best of lOn Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 12:03:57 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of manual
steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this
question twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A
Yes or No would be appreciated.

thanks.

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don’t really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty … your choice:
http://lucee.org/downloads.html

Steps are the same for both:

  1. Download and unzip
  2. Execute the startup.sh file (or rename the startup.sh to
    startup.command and double-click it)
  3. Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
Steve

On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

You don’t really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty … your choice: http://lucee.org/downloads.html

Steps are the same for both:

  1. Download and unzip
  2. Execute the startup.sh file (or rename the startup.sh to
    startup.command and double-click it)
  3. Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
SteveOn Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

If you are comfortable getting instance of Tomcat running, it is just a
matter of downloading the WAR file deploy, extract the WEB-INF folder and
dropping it in the root of your context. Getting Tomcat running isn’t
really that hard and you can also deploy ACF the same way if you need to
run it side-by-side so to speak.On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 6:33:30 AM UTC-4, Mike Henson wrote:

crickets chirping </ sound>

I have also wondered about a mac install. I don’t know if the Linux
installs or the Express version will run on a mac, and I haven’t had the
time to test yet.

On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

As there was not a Railo installer for Mac, I’m going to go with no at the
moment. It is probably simply a case that there is a person who knows how
to create the installer for Windows and another for Linux but there is
no-one who knows how to do it for the Mac.

As with all FOSS it comes down to the community to provide a lot of this
“handy” stuff, so if you would like to learn how to create an installer for
the Mac and would like to contribute it I’m very sure it would be very much
welcomed.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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mso http://www.mso.net - Lucee http://lucee.org - MemberOn 10 March 2015 at 17:03, DMan <@DMan> wrote:

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of manual
steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this
question twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A
Yes or No would be appreciated.

thanks.

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don’t really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty … your choice: http://lucee.org/
downloads.html

Steps are the same for both:

  1. Download and unzip
  2. Execute the startup.sh file (or rename the startup.sh to
    startup.command and double-click it)
  3. Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
Steve

On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

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crickets chirping </ sound>

I have also wondered about a mac install. I don’t know if the Linux
installs or the Express version will run on a mac, and I haven’t had the
time to test yet.On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 3:52:04 PM UTC-5, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

This is great news, thanks for the update.On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 6:35:23 PM UTC, Denny Valliant wrote:

There are plans for an OS X installer.

The guts are about ready for testing.

I say the “guts”, because I’ve taken a different approach with the new
installer: Instead of having it do all the magic, the “daemon” install
scripts are now included with the packages.

This goes for all the OS-specific packages-- darwin (OS X) + *nix,
windows.

So now all the installer is doing is setting ports (checking if they are
available first), and other configuration-related tasks, and then
calling the service/daemon installation scripts to have things start
automatically on boot.

For OS X and Linux, you can download the package you want (say Tomcat8
with JRE), unzip it, and run “./bin/daemon/install.sh” to have it
automatically start, and automatically start upon reboot too.

On OS X, if you run the daemon install script as a normal user, it adds
a plist item to ~/Library/LaunchAgents, which will have Lucee start up
whenever you log in. If you run the script as an administrator, it adds
the plist to /Lbrary/LaunchDaemons, so Lucee will be available for all
users.

The Tomcat packages have Tomcat listening on 8888, the NGINX+Tomcat
packages have NGINX listening on 8080, and proxy requests to 8888.

There is also a “./bin/daemon/remove.sh” script, which will remove the
daemon/service (but doesn’t remove any application files).

I’m really liking this setup, as it means a “super easy” installation
option is always available, and there’s consistency for the .deb and RPM
installs as well.

-Den

On 3/10/15 11:03 AM, DMan wrote:

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of
manual steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this
question twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A
Yes or No would be appreciated.

thanks.

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don't really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express 
versions, Tomcat or Jetty ... your 
choice: http://lucee.org/downloads.html 
<http://lucee.org/downloads.html> 

Steps are the same for both: 

1) Download and unzip 
2) Execute the startup.sh file  (or rename the startup.sh to 
startup.command and double-click it) 
3) Go to localhost:8888 

Cheers, 
Steve 

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As Dom said sounds great. Where do we get these so we can start
contributing and testing?

Cheers

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On 10 Mar 2015 18:35, “denstar” <@denstar> wrote:

There are plans for an OS X installer.

The guts are about ready for testing.

I say the “guts”, because I’ve taken a different approach with the new
installer: Instead of having it do all the magic, the “daemon” install
scripts are now included with the packages.

This goes for all the OS-specific packages-- darwin (OS X) + *nix, windows.

So now all the installer is doing is setting ports (checking if they are
available first), and other configuration-related tasks, and then
calling the service/daemon installation scripts to have things start
automatically on boot.

For OS X and Linux, you can download the package you want (say Tomcat8
with JRE), unzip it, and run “./bin/daemon/install.sh” to have it
automatically start, and automatically start upon reboot too.

On OS X, if you run the daemon install script as a normal user, it adds
a plist item to ~/Library/LaunchAgents, which will have Lucee start up
whenever you log in. If you run the script as an administrator, it adds
the plist to /Lbrary/LaunchDaemons, so Lucee will be available for all
users.

The Tomcat packages have Tomcat listening on 8888, the NGINX+Tomcat
packages have NGINX listening on 8080, and proxy requests to 8888.

There is also a “./bin/daemon/remove.sh” script, which will remove the
daemon/service (but doesn’t remove any application files).

I’m really liking this setup, as it means a “super easy” installation
option is always available, and there’s consistency for the .deb and RPM
installs as well.

-Den

On 3/10/15 11:03 AM, DMan wrote:

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of
manual steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this
question twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A
Yes or No would be appreciated.

thanks.

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don't really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty ... your
choice: http://lucee.org/downloads.html
<http://lucee.org/downloads.html>

Steps are the same for both:

1) Download and unzip
2) Execute the startup.sh file  (or rename the startup.sh to
startup.command and double-click it)
3) Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
Steve

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It will be easy to add brew support too, the nice thing about using the
“normal” system stuff for OS X is that you don’t have to install brew to
get up and going lickity-split. Some people can’t install brew, or
might not have admin power, and the route I went will support even those
poor bastards. :slight_smile:

If people want to check out an OS X “full stack” (a package including
NGINX as the webserver), it’s here:

http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/org/lucee/lucee.nginx.tomcat.jre/4.5.1.007/lucee.nginx.tomcat.jre-4.5.1.007-darwin64.zip

Just extract, and run “./lucee-ctl” to get a little menu for start
options, or run “./lucee-ctl start” to have it start, and then
“./lucee-ctl stop” to have it stop. If you run into problems, check
/tomcat/logs/lucee-service.log and see what it says.

I’m not sure if it will work with OS X versions below Yosemite, if not
we can address that. I’ll post a general “installer” followup later on,
there are a few things we should discuss about setups in general.

-DenOn 3/10/15 11:28 AM, Jon Clausen wrote:

I haven’t created custom taps for homebrew before, but that would be the
right way to handle any installer so that it would work seamlessly with
OSX’s (or Homebrew’s) Apache. Managing Lucee versions through Homebrew
would be great for testing.

Half a year later nothing! I take it this will never happen right ?
Would be great if Lucee made a statement on this.

Thanks.On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 8:52:04 PM UTC, DMan wrote:

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer ?
Thanks.

It isn’t a Lucee installer per se, but you can get a running Lucee instance by installing CommandBox.> On Oct 15, 2015, at 1:35 PM, DMan <@DMan> wrote:

Half a year later nothing! I take it this will never happen right ?
Would be great if Lucee made a statement on this.

Thanks.

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Thanks.


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Hi Denny

I am messing around with CommandBox on the Mac

Do you have a sample plist xml file?

I was thinking I could point it to a script like this
http://pi.bradwood.com/blog/starting-the-cfml-server-on-bootOn Wednesday, 11 March 2015, denstar <@denstar> wrote:

There are plans for an OS X installer.

The guts are about ready for testing.

I say the “guts”, because I’ve taken a different approach with the new
installer: Instead of having it do all the magic, the “daemon” install
scripts are now included with the packages.

This goes for all the OS-specific packages-- darwin (OS X) + *nix, windows.

So now all the installer is doing is setting ports (checking if they are
available first), and other configuration-related tasks, and then
calling the service/daemon installation scripts to have things start
automatically on boot.

For OS X and Linux, you can download the package you want (say Tomcat8
with JRE), unzip it, and run “./bin/daemon/install.sh” to have it
automatically start, and automatically start upon reboot too.

On OS X, if you run the daemon install script as a normal user, it adds
a plist item to ~/Library/LaunchAgents, which will have Lucee start up
whenever you log in. If you run the script as an administrator, it adds
the plist to /Lbrary/LaunchDaemons, so Lucee will be available for all
users.

The Tomcat packages have Tomcat listening on 8888, the NGINX+Tomcat
packages have NGINX listening on 8080, and proxy requests to 8888.

There is also a “./bin/daemon/remove.sh” script, which will remove the
daemon/service (but doesn’t remove any application files).

I’m really liking this setup, as it means a “super easy” installation
option is always available, and there’s consistency for the .deb and RPM
installs as well.

-Den

On 3/10/15 11:03 AM, DMan wrote:

You don’t really need an installer on Windows either if it’s much of the
same procedure but that’s not the point.

The point is that the Installer makes it easy, super easy to start using
Lucee. It lowers the barrier to entry. The alternative is a list of
manual steps, who needs that in this day and age?

Are there plans for a Mac Os X installer (or not)? I’ve asked this
question twice over the last week but all I get it silence from Lucee. A
Yes or No would be appreciated.

thanks.

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:49:56 PM UTC, Steve Withington wrote:

You don't really need an installer, IMO. Just use one of the Express
versions, Tomcat or Jetty ... your
choice: http://lucee.org/downloads.html
<http://lucee.org/downloads.html>

Steps are the same for both:

1) Download and unzip
2) Execute the startup.sh file  (or rename the startup.sh to
startup.command and double-click it)
3) Go to localhost:8888

Cheers,
Steve

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Thanks Denny

where does the CommandBox build live?
according to Google, it use to live here
http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/com/ortussolutions/commandbox/On 26 April 2016 at 12:15, denstar <@denstar> wrote:

On 04/23/2016 08:37 PM, AJ Mercer wrote:

Hi Denny

I am messing around with CommandBox on the Mac

Do you have a sample plist xml file?

I was thinking I could point it to a script like this
http://pi.bradwood.com/blog/starting-the-cfml-server-on-boot

You should be able to grab the zip from here:

http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/org/lucee/lucee.tomcat/5.0.0.243-SNAPSHOT/

And then take a look at:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/install.sh

which for OS X uses:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/tmpl/darwin.plist

It’s all pretty generic, and designed to work with anything, really, not
just Lucee. That daemon stuff is generated via cfdistro, which is what
builds CommandBox, and I’ve been meaning to add the same thing for it,
so you can add daemons for whatever system you’re on.

I rather like the way the OS X stuff turned out, as you can have it auto
start for the system, or just for the user. (I think I might have got
it to work that way for each OS, come to think of it.)

Anyways, it would be pretty easy to include a ./CommandBox/daemon
directory, similar to the one I linked to above, for folks who want to
use it as a daemon/service. Feel free to file a ticket, or update one
if there’s one there already, over on the cmdbox ticket dealie.

DeN


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The CommandBox build artifacts live here on the Ortus integration server:
https://integration.stg.ortussolutions.com/artifacts/ortussolutions/commandbox/

The actual build file for CommandBox lives here in GitHub:

Thanks!

~BradOn Monday, April 25, 2016 at 11:31:29 PM UTC-5, AJ Mercer wrote:

Thanks Denny

where does the CommandBox build live?
according to Google, it use to live here
http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/com/ortussolutions/commandbox/

On 26 April 2016 at 12:15, denstar <@denstar> wrote:

On 04/23/2016 08:37 PM, AJ Mercer wrote:

Hi Denny

I am messing around with CommandBox on the Mac

Do you have a sample plist xml file?

I was thinking I could point it to a script like this
http://pi.bradwood.com/blog/starting-the-cfml-server-on-boot

You should be able to grab the zip from here:

http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/org/lucee/lucee.tomcat/5.0.0.243-SNAPSHOT/

And then take a look at:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/install.sh

which for OS X uses:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/tmpl/darwin.plist

It’s all pretty generic, and designed to work with anything, really, not
just Lucee. That daemon stuff is generated via cfdistro, which is what
builds CommandBox, and I’ve been meaning to add the same thing for it,
so you can add daemons for whatever system you’re on.

I rather like the way the OS X stuff turned out, as you can have it auto
start for the system, or just for the user. (I think I might have got
it to work that way for each OS, come to think of it.)

Anyways, it would be pretty easy to include a ./CommandBox/daemon
directory, similar to the one I linked to above, for folks who want to
use it as a daemon/service. Feel free to file a ticket, or update one
if there’s one there already, over on the cmdbox ticket dealie.

DeN


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You should be able to grab the zip from here:

http://cfmlprojects.org/artifacts/org/lucee/lucee.tomcat/5.0.0.243-SNAPSHOT/

And then take a look at:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/install.sh

which for OS X uses:

lucee-tomcat/tomcat/bin/daemon/tmpl/darwin.plist

It’s all pretty generic, and designed to work with anything, really, not
just Lucee. That daemon stuff is generated via cfdistro, which is what
builds CommandBox, and I’ve been meaning to add the same thing for it,
so you can add daemons for whatever system you’re on.

I rather like the way the OS X stuff turned out, as you can have it auto
start for the system, or just for the user. (I think I might have got
it to work that way for each OS, come to think of it.)

Anyways, it would be pretty easy to include a ./CommandBox/daemon
directory, similar to the one I linked to above, for folks who want to
use it as a daemon/service. Feel free to file a ticket, or update one
if there’s one there already, over on the cmdbox ticket dealie.

DeNOn 04/23/2016 08:37 PM, AJ Mercer wrote:

Hi Denny

I am messing around with CommandBox on the Mac

Do you have a sample plist xml file?

I was thinking I could point it to a script like this
http://pi.bradwood.com/blog/starting-the-cfml-server-on-boot