These are archived Clearwell SystemInfos from the year 2001. Enjoy this unique historic look to the development of JSPWiki. :-) --JanneJalkanen


  • (Well, 03-Dec, really...) Installed v1.6.2-cvs. This sort of solves a problem that I've found very annoying: We now have a way to quickly see what was the last change. Click on the page modification date, on the bottom of the screen to see the last change.
  • The PageInfo.jsp has also changed, and now it can show a difference between any previous version and the current version. Let me know if you find any problems.


  • Installed JSPWiki v1.6.1-cvs on this server. Two new nice features are available:



  • Checked 1.6.1-cvs in. Not a release, obviously, but incorporates a major new feature: display of referring pages, unreferred pages, missing pages. Please install in test systems only and let me know of problems. --ebu
    • ...and immediately found the first problem: creating a link, clicking on it to edit, and saving does not update the page with the link into referrers. My bad, fix a'comin'. --ebu


  • Released and installed the 1.6.0. New since 1.5.7-beta: very little, but everyone running 1.5.0 might be interested about the contents.




  • Oops, forgot two important bug fixes (fallback to ISO-8859-1 which caused most pages with previous scandinavian letters to be empty), and diffs were also generated with platform default encoding. Fixed in v1.5.4-cvs, running on this server now. Please test and let me know if you have any problems.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.5.3-cvs. This is definitely an experimental version, so don't be alarmed if something stops working. New stuff includes:
    • Editor name is now saved if you use RCSFileProvider and is visible in PageInfo.
    • Document type declarations on all pages
    • Plenty more styles
    • You can't put Javascript into links anymore. Nyah, nyah :-)
    • Empty list items would cause crashes.
    • Full UTF-8 support, configurable from This Wiki is run with the support on, check this for proof. (If you can't see anything, you don't have Japanese fonts installed.)
    • Bug fix: PageInfo would report UTC, not local time.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.5.0, with little additions to the testing versions. The major biggie is editable LeftMenu (please don't ruin the entire layout :-)].
  • Oh yeah, the v1.5.0 release is also available for download.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.4.2-cvs for testing purposes, with the following fixes:
    • Footnotes
    • The ability to use other than ASCII letters in link names.
    • You can directly view old versions from page info.
  • Oh yeah, and for some odd reason, at least NS and IE 4.x put too much extra lining between the heading and the top of the page. No need to report that. =)


  • Minor fix: went to Tomcat 3.2.3. If anything suddenly stopped working, let me know.
  • Edit page now wraps correctly on Netscape 4.x. This is a separate fix and will be available in 1.4.1 onwards. I didn't upgrade the engine yet.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.4.0. This is a real release of the things we've been checking in the v1.3.x series, so there are no new features. However, a new package has been released for your enjoyment.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.3.3. Testing again, this time we have two nice additions:
    • The ability to specify which types of images get inlined using regular expressions, and
    • the ability to write multi-line list items. You just need to prepend the line with a space to indicate that this is still a part of the previous item.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.3.2. This is just a test version, but it includes inline images. It also allows you to use "_" and "." in WikiNames.


  • Installed JSPWiki engine v1.3.1. This release mainly fixes some bugs, but it also brings a small cosmetic enhancement in the form of CSS. Also, the bold and italic marks no longer end at the end of the line.
  • The JSPWiki v1.3.1 is now downloadable from JSPWikiDownload.



  • We now have 98 pages. Keep adding more :-)


  • New engine v1.2.0 added. It provides some interesting stuff such as versioning. Check the "More Info" link at the bottom. I moved all of the old pages directly into the new system, so if the page has not yet been changed, you won't get a diff or a revision history.
  • I also removed the port 8080 support. You'd better use the direct URL right now...


  • We now have 93 pages.


  • We now have 82 pages.


  • JSPWiki is now running at port 80 Port 8080 will be closed soon. JSPWiki is also available through SSL.
  • Someone found a way to make the JSP page go nuts by adding lots of {'s. Now fixed.
  • JSPWiki engine v1.1.1 installed.


  • We now have 52 pages.
  • JSPWiki 1.1.0 engine installed, with new stuff:
    • Search box in all page windows (look at top corner)
    • Added support for monospaced text.
    • A couple of bug fixes.


  • Implemented a rudimentary algorithm for checking for concurrent modification of a page.
  • Also, page history should now be more clear with the addition of page names to the titles.


  • Added much better search (works a bit like all common search engines)
  • Horizontal rulers are now four dashes instead of three to be more consistent with other Wikis.
  • Added numbered lists.


Whee, RecentChanges now works. It ain't pretty, but it's functional! --Janne


Made actual installation of this server into grey instead of just a test installation. --Janne


Implemented this page. Also implemented stuff like italic and bold text. --Janne

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