Release Notes: JSP-like include support in the FreemarkerServlet, improved JavaRebel compliance, and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: Improved template cache performance, new "built-ins" for number rounding, and more.
Release Notes: This release contains many small improvements and bugfixes. Most importantly, the JSP 2.0/2.1 custom-tag support is now much fuller.
Release Notes: This release adds support for accessing Java 5 enums and public fields of classes in templates.
Release Notes: This release substantially improves the JSP 2.0 compatibility.
Release Notes: An alternative template syntax was added. It uses [ and ] instead of < and > for tags and comments. Some bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release contains an important bugfix in the JSP taglib support, and other bugfixes. It also contains frequently requested new features as URL escaping, the seq_contains built-in, the attempt/recover directive pair, and more.
Release Notes: This release contains an important bugfix in the JSP taglib support and a few other minor bugfixes. It also contains frequently requested new features, such as URL escaping, a "seq_contains" built-in operator, and a "attempt"/"recover" directive pair. Other new features include improved "sort"/"sort_by" and "left_pad"/"right_pad" built-in operators.
Release Notes: Major new functionality was added, such as namespaces, more powerful macros, and support for third-party JSP taglibs. In this release, template variables can now contain the full range of Unicode letters, such as Cyrilic or accented characters. There are some new directives for fine whitespace control. Also, the macro invocations and their associated blocks can contain "body variables" passed in from the macro.
Release Notes: The core parsing/rendering engine now generates much more informative error messages. Stack traces now include the line and column number where an error occurred in the template. The layout of the documentation has been improved, and it no longer uses frames. A Velocity to FreeMarker automatic template conversion utility is also available. Note that FreeMarker 2.x (Lazarus) is a rewrite of the well-known FreeMarker template engine. It has many new features, such as full support for both integer and floating point arithmetic.