Developer website: Night Productions
Web Control edits the Apache webserver's configuration files.
- Multiple selection is now available.
- Dragging or pasting any of the configuration directives into a text editor will show what they look like in the actual configuration file.
- Fixed a few issues with undo/redo support.
- Row height has been increased so that it is easier to read the directives/values without having to resize the window to ridiculous widths.
- Added an "Open Quickly" menu to the File menu. This will display all of the configuration files Web Control is able to find in the httpd config directory.
- Now able to open multiple configuration files, instead of only the httpd.conf file.
- Able to change the location of the httpd config directory. Previously, it was assumed to be at /etc/httpd with no way to change this. Same goes for the apachectl script.
- If the application is not authorized, editing of the configuration file is not allowed. Previously, this was allowed, even though saving of the file was not.
- Background colors and comment colors are now user settable in the preferences.
- Greatly enhanced the parsing engine. Web Control can really open any file with an extension of .conf now. (This is not, of course, encouraged.)
- Authorization button updated to look more like 10.3's authorization view.
- Many, many internal code improvements.
Mac OS X 10.2 or later