Projects / GNUJSP


GNUJSP is a free implementation of Sun's JavaServer Pages. Once the GNUJSP servlet is correctly installed, files with the extension .jsp are translated into java source files, compiled, and executed.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Oct 2000 21:25

    Release Notes: Support for virtual hosts and mappings under Apache + JServ, support for Apache-style language negotiation based on extension, a new "keepJava" parameter to save generated .java files, new "usehostname" parameter to run virtual hosts in one scratchdir, all Throwables are caught and sent to errorPage (not just Exceptions), better support for Win32 systems, a new requirement of sax2.jar and openxml-1.2-w3c.jar, initial XML parsing support, no more close on end of page, removal of the need for pagebase on Apache anymore, and a lot of minor fixes.

    •  19 Oct 1999 11:07

      Release Notes: Support for the JSP 1.0 specification and syntax, localization, JSDK 2.1 features on JSDK 2.0 engines, an extensive testsuite, performance enhancements, and much more.

      •  06 Jun 1999 15:01

        Release Notes: A few minor improvements have been added.

        •  04 Apr 1999 14:38

          Release Notes: Error detection and reporting have been improved and a contributions section has been added.

          •  14 Feb 1999 04:43

            Release Notes: Many updates and improvements. See Changelog for details.


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