Projects / Eyebrowse


Eyebrowse is a Web-based mailing list archive browser. Eyebrowse differs from other popular archive browsers in that it does not require that mailing lists be exploded into individual HTML files, and the HTML rendering is done at serving time, rather than at the time the message is received, to allow for easy customization of the message display. HTML rendering is performed through the use of the Velocity template engine.


Recent releases

  •  03 Jul 2002 04:40

    Release Notes: Added basic PostgreSQL support (still in development), and PostgreSQL create/remove scripts in src/sql. The build and installation process has been eased for users with Tomcat 4 installed. HTTP Accept-Language header support was added, with translations into English, Japanese, and Korean. Text resource localization was added to the Java code, as well as the ability to do I/O operations with stdin/stdout to web.xml was changed so that requests for / go to ViewLists.

    •  08 Apr 2002 22:20

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  09 Feb 2002 06:38

        Release Notes: This quick second beta features a new EyebrowseResourceLoader allows search path for Velocity templates, adds page titles and a navigation bar, changes the CSS to add 5px left and right margins, and fixes SummarizeList's "All" link to BrowseList.

        •  07 Feb 2002 11:30

          Release Notes: This release features many bug fixes, usability improvements, and enhancements, including using Velocity as the templating engine.


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