- Java (1.4 for 2.2)
- To know what a WAR file is and how to use it.
- A Servlet 2.3 -compliant web server. JSPWiki of course runs on 2.4 -compliant servers, we just don't require anything more than 2.3. Containers that are known to work include:
- A server to run your Wiki on. It does not have to be a very big server: JSPWiki has been run on a 266 MHz Pentium II with 192 Mbytes of memory.
- Some patience (the setup is not as easy as I would like it to be)
- If you want to email things, you need JavaMail and the Java Activation Framework JARs. Email is needed for password recovery, or error logging (log4j) if you wish to configure it that way.
Downloading the Distribution#You can download JSPWiki from the JSPWiki Download Page. There are three different builds of JSPWiki you can download: Stable, Beta, and Latest.
- This version has been tested and known to work properly without much error.
- This version is recommended for people who are new to JSPWiki or don't plan on doing much coding or developing.
- Beta is being actively developed and tested and known to mostly work.
- This version is the latest release with the most recent changes.
- WARNING: This code has not been thoroughly tested and may cause severe problems
All three versions may be downloaded in a package or in whole source code.
Obtaining the Latest CVS Version#
- Users are able to download JSPWiki releases through AnonymousCVSAccess.
- The command for AnonymousCVSAccess is:
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/p/cvs checkout JSPWiki
- There are different JSPWiki branches in the CVS, where different releases of JSPWiki can be retrieved.
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