Version 0.2.6 of Tapestry

Release Notes: The big advance for this release is not the code, but the distribution itself. After careful review of the relevant licenses, the author has changed the Tapestry distribution to include the libraries (xerces and gnu-regexp) needed by the Tapestry framework, as well as Jetty 3.0.0_rc6. This means that you can be up and running the tutorial in about 10 seconds, once you have the JBE (Java Build Environment) set up. Further, if you download the jBoss application server, you can run the Primix Virtual Library application, a full J2EE application that demonstrates the power and features of Tapestry in a realistic setting.

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    •  19 Apr 2004 09:22

    Release Notes: This release represents a significant evolution of the Tapestry Web application framework, with a host of features added since 2.3, focusing on vastly improved developer productivity.

    •  09 Apr 2004 08:51

    Release Notes: This release fixes important bugs found in the prior release candidates and updates some documentation.

    •  05 Apr 2004 10:47

    Release Notes: Minor problems in the first release candidate have been fixed, including the ability to deploy the examples.

    •  02 Apr 2004 18:26

    Release Notes: A number of minor bugfixes, plus a switch to the Apache Software License version 2.0.

    •  06 Feb 2004 11:55

    Release Notes: The cleanup leading up to the next major release continues. This release has important bugfixes and improved documentation.


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