Panther is a lightweight, modular Java application server suitable for embedding in a Web server, and intended as an alternative to the current standard of large-scale or monolithic application servers.
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Release Notes: Yesterday's release had a couple of build bugs. In particular, the simple demo didn't work anymore. This release also updates docs, adds some alt startup scripts for jetty5, and other very minor bits and pieces.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major issue with C3D, moves the launcher to its own package, and changes the build system to Make.
Release Notes: This version features a new naming context, and various minor bugfixes and updates.
Release Notes: This release adds a new caching distributed JDBC driver (c3d), and a telnet console. The deployment/conf was reorganized, and there were minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release featuers EJB bean pooling, incomplete support for stateful session beans, broadcast messaging, reliable multicast messaging, and other improvements.