License: JSPWiki is distributed under the Apache Public License, version 2.0.
- Java 5
- To know what a WAR file is and how to use it.
- A Servlet 2.4 -compliant web server. For example, Tomcat 5.0 or above. JSPWiki of course runs on 2.5 -compliant servers, we just don't require anything more than 2.4.
- 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)
- For anything else, please see the included documentation
Support and documentation#
JSPWiki documentation for 2.8 lives at
- http://doc.jspwiki.org/2.8. It should be your first port of call whenever you are faced with problems.
After you have failed to find an answer, try searching this wiki, or go to any of the sites below.
- JSPWikiSupport - Any questions should go here.
- JSPWikiMailingList - A mailing list with all the JSPWiki developers
- https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JSPWIKI - Reporting a new bug
- https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JSPWIKI - Submitting a new idea or enhancement request
Even though JSPWiki is currently in the Apache Incubation process, the releases below are NOT endorsed by the Apache Software Foundation in any way. Any attempt to infer something like that will be met with a quiet, menacing stare.
Download this if you don't like living on the bleeding edge. This is the recommended version to start with.On 1-Dec-2012, version 2.9.0-incubating has finally been released. You will most probably want to use this one, please find it at http://incubator.apache.org/jspwiki/general/downloads.html. Thank you!
The latest cutting-edge code of JSPWiki#Note that the trunk is under construction, use the stable download if you want to run JSPWiki for production environments! JSPWiki source code can be directly downloaded from SVN. Please see AnonymousSVNAccess for information.
Contributions and patches#
A number of people have been gracious enough to contribute code into the JSPWiki pool. Please check out ContributedCode
Old releases are still available at OlderReleases.