OSXvnc Version 1.7
Modified by Jonathan Gillaspie for Redstone Software, Inc.
Lafayette, CO, January 9, 2006 – Redstone Software, Inc., today announced
the following enhancements to its VNC software:
* Added GUI support to establish “reverse” connections to listening
You can now add as many listening hosts as you want directly from the GUI.
* Converted OSXvnc to a full universal binary for improved performance on
* Added a mode to force backward compatibility to older protocol versions
* Added a flag to disable the screen saver while clients are connected.
* Numerous bug fixes.
OSXvnc will now run as a full universal binary on the brand new Intel based
Macintosh systems. This will allow software and hardware developers to test
their Mac products on Intel using Redstone Software’s automation tool,
Eggplant is the automated test tool for Mac OS X. Designed specifically for
GUI-level testing, Eggplant combines image-capture-and-compare technology
with a powerful scripting language that allows QA teams to automate tests
and other repetitive tasks. Although Eggplant resides on the Mac OS X
platform it is capable of testing a second computer running almost any
operating system. Current customers use Eggplant to test Windows, Mac OS 9,
Mac OS X, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, and Linux.
About Redstone Software:
Redstone Software, Inc., located in Lafayette, Colorado, was created in
April 2002 to address the need for an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use software
test automation tool. Since the initial release of Eggplant in September
2002, many companies large and small around the world have selected
Redstone to improve their testing and QA processes. Redstone specializes in
true end-user testing of any process or application, regardless of
development environment or deployment platform. For more information
contact Redstone Software at (800) 891-3486 x15 or visit their Web site at