Bug #1084 MacOS X version of MySql control center would be very useful
Submitted: 18 Aug 2003 13:31 Modified: 21 Aug 2003 2:23
Reporter: Scott Ellsworth Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQLCC Severity:S4 (Feature request)
Version:0.9.2 OS:Mac OS X (MacOS X)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any
Triage: D5 (Feature request)

[18 Aug 2003 13:31] Scott Ellsworth
Description:
It was recently pointed out to me that I should file a bug, as well as carry on an email conversation 
regarding this issue.  Thus - I would like to formally request a version of MySql control center for 
MacOS X.

Rich Nigro 
has been our primary point of contact for this previously, and has been very helpful in keeping us 
up to date.

We have clients who deploy MySql on Linux, but use MacOS X laptops.  (As a consultant, I usually 
run MySql and my client applications on my MacOS X laptop, without a seperate Linux server.)  
They would like the features currently in MySql Control Center.  It is a useful product even in its 
late beta state.

I do agree that it is worth the time to get a version that looks MacOS native, as tools that look 
clunky tend to be rejected in favor of ones that look slick.  On Windows, MySqlCC looks slick and 
part of the OS, and I hope that it will do so with MacOS X as well.

Scott

How to repeat:
Feature request

Suggested fix:
Release for MacOS X
[21 Aug 2003 2:23] Peter Zaitsev
Dear Scott,

This feature is already in our ToDo list, with high priority,
so you shall see it available rather soon.