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Jetty is a project at the Eclipse Foundation.
Download: <= /strong>http://download.eclipse.org/jetty/
D= ocumentation: http://www.eclipse.org= /jetty/documentation/current/
Jetty Powere= d: http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/powered/
The information below has been kept as is for historical reasons for folks= running old versions like Jetty 6.
The Jetty projects has was started in 1995 and since = then has been associated with many names and brands:
Jetty was the name initially given to the HTTP server= component from Mort Bay. The name Jetty has now grown to encompass the sui= te of components which includes a HTTP server, HTTP client, javax.servlet c= ontainer, the hightide application server and many other related components= and utilities. Jetty is now the name of the encompassing projects at mortb= ay(v1-v4), sourceforge(v5), codehaus(v6-) and eclipse(v7-).
The Java HTTP server that became jetty wa= s originally developed in 1995 by Greg Wilkins of Mort Bay Consulting as pa= rt of an issue tracking application. Versions 1.x through to 6.1.x of jetty= were developed under org.mortbay packaging and Mort Bay still holds the ma= jor part of the copyright on the jetty code base. Mort Bay directly hosted = the jetty project until version 3.x and was the prime sponsor of developmen= t until 6.x.
The role of Mo= rt Bay in leading the development of Jetty was taken over in 2006 by Webtid= e LLC, an open source services company that employs many of the jetty contr= ibutors.
From 2000 = to 2005, the jetty project was hosted at sourceforge.net where versions 3.x= , 4.x and 5.x were produced.
In 2005, the jetty project moved to the codehaus for its hosting servic= es and open source community. In 2009, after the core components of Jetty m= oved to eclipse, the jetty @ codehaus project continues to provide integrat= ions, extensions and packaging of jetty.
In 2009, the Jetty project moved it's core components to be a= project of the Eclipse Foundation, in order to improved IP processes and b= roaden the licensing and community of the project.