Release Notes: This development release is the first publicized release for the 2.3 servlet specification and 1.2 JSP engine. The Jetty4 package has been significantly restructured for clarity and flexibility.
Release Notes: The package structure was renamed from com.mortbay to an org.mortbay. Support for non-blocking I/O was added.
Release Notes: This is ann optimization release with a few extra features.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs with servlet redirections. There are also a number of minor bugfixes and feature improvements.
Release Notes: This stabilization release contains many minor bug fixes.
Release Notes: A major restructuring of packages was done to allow a non-servlet HTTP server jar to be built (~200K). Support was added for Unix crypt and for apache .htaccess files. Several major bug fixes and minor optimizations were made.
Release Notes: This release tidies up some loose ends in the RC3 release. Specifically, it trims jar files and some debugging that was left in.
Release Notes: This release switches to the JAXP 1.1 reference implementation for XML parsing; it also contains serveral bugfixes and improvements in the API.
Release Notes: SASL listeners and JMX management have been factored out of the standard release and are packaged in a separate Jetty3Extra release. This release also includes some minor bugfixes and build system cleanups.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate of the JMX-enabled Jetty. Optional MBeans now wrap all the key Jetty objects, including HttpServer, HttpListener, HandlerContext, WebApplication, etc. JMX allows a new way for Jetty servers to be created, configured, and managed. It will also eventually lead to greater integration with JBoss and other JMX-based application servers. In order to support the MBeans, some minor changes and enhancements were needed in the API, hence the point release.