Ok, I've spent several hours trying to figure out the best way to monitor my cform debugging info on OS X. I used to just launch cf from the console and all the ORM debugging info would be logged in the window. Now that jrun is gone, I was not seeing any output.
I did find that the debugging info was being sent to the hibernate.log file in my cfusion folder. I guess I could live with that if I had a nice tail viewer. That would have been a no brainer if I still used cfbuilder, but I got soooo tired of waiting for it to crank up and dealing with all the project configuration that now I primarily use Sublime Text 2 as my main editor.
Never fear, there is a great tool already included with OS X. In fact, all you have to do is just double click on the log file and it will fire up in the OS X terminal. Hit clear display and boom. You have a tail viewer with content from your current session. It works great and you can scroll around even easier than in the terminal.