I'm a german software developer and use JspWiki for my private homepage at [http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de].

I developed a few plugins and filters for JspWiki:

* [MathPlugin|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=MathPlugin_en]
* [AppletPlugin|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=AppletPlugin]
* [Text2GifPlugin|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=Text2GifPlugin]
* [ImageMapPlugin|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=ImageMapPlugin]
* [Initial Letter Filter|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=InitialFilter]

And one template:

* [OldBookTemplate]

JspWiki is a very nice thing - and it screams for some enhancements, that's the best part of it ;-) 

If my girl friend allows it, I may continue developing additional parts.


NOTICE FOR BLEEDING EDGE USERS: these plugins will not work as is with a JSPWiki 2.3.x installation. The technical reason is that since 2.3.x requires JAR signing, and since Sebastian has used the ''com.ecyrd.jspwiki.plugins'' classpath, the binary classes are not authorized to run with the signed code. 

If you need external plugins with your 2.3.x installation, you will need to add their sources to your JSPWiki source tree and compile everything in one signed swoop. Sebastian provides the plugin sources in his JARs.



I think the girlfriend took over Sebastian free time... :-)

I modified the package name to {{com/sbaltes/jspwiki/plugin}}, added the source for the Acme library dependency (it looked abandoned) and fixed JSPWiki (2.4.11) and JDK (1.4.2) compatibility issues. I only tested the Applet plugin, and it was working fine. See attached files.