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SnipSnap is an easy to install and use Web log and Wiki engine written in Java. It has no external dependency on Web servers or databases, as both are built-in.

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  •  26 Dec 2003 14:47

    Release Notes: This release supports the semantic Web through RDF, multiple Weblogs in one space, and fine granular Weblog posts. The backend now supports plain files and JDBC databases. It's moved from a flat namespace to a hierarchical namespace like Software/Blog/Java. It now supports wiki page version history and diffs on versions. Most configuration and styles (CSS) are now stored as snips and can be edited within SnipSnap. This version is available in a WAR version for Web Application Servers.

    •  25 Mar 2003 15:25

      Release Notes: The very slow speed of rendering macros with very big snips was fixed. Run.bat did not work with client VMs and has been fixed.

      •  20 Mar 2003 11:40

        Release Notes: This version fixes some bugs.

        •  21 Feb 2003 22:54

          Release Notes: Some bugs with RSS have been fixed, and RSS output has been improved. Excel-like functions have been added to the table macro, and some XML-RPC functions have been added. This release uses the Radeox rendering engine.

          •  28 Jan 2003 12:08

            Release Notes: Bugs in the RSS output and with the Mac OS X scripts were fixed.


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