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Downloads

The following provides quick start installation instructions for Jetty. You can follow the link to Eclipse to download the latest Jetty core components, or you can download older Jetty versions directly from here. This page also provides Jetty packaged for Linux distributions and Hightide.

Jetty Releases from Eclipse

Jetty 7 and later core components have moved to Eclipse. Jetty 6 remains the latest stable version of Jetty, but we recommend that you use Jetty 7 for development starting from now.

An example of versioning for jetty-server-7.0.0.X in the org.eclipse.jetty packages, there could be several matching releases of the jetty-maven-plugin-7.0.0.y jetty-maven-plugin-7.0.0.y+1 from the org.mortbay packages etc.

Jetty Releases from Codehaus

Jetty is distributed as a platform independent zip file containing source, javadocs and binaries:

Maven Repositories

Linux Distributions

Hightide releases

Hightide is a release of Jetty bundled with JNDI, JTA, JMS, and other EE technologies.

Other

Versions

Versions are describe in the Jetty 6 Changelog and Jetty 7 Changelog.

Version

Java

HTTP

Servlet

JSP

Status

Notes

Jetty-7.0

1.5-

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

3.0

2.1

Experimental

Standardized async

Jetty-6.1

1.4-1.6

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.5

2.1 or 2.0

Stable

Async SSL, AJP, cometd, testing

Jetty-6

1.4-1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.5

2.1 or 2.0

Deprecated

Continuations, IOC, NIO, dynamic buffers, smaller, faster, better

Jetty-5.1

1.2-1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.4

2.0

Stable

J2EE 1.4 Compliance tested, optimizations, geronimo integration.

Jetty-5.0

1.2-1.4

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.4

2.0

Deprecated

Schema, JettyPlus

Jetty-4.2

1.2-1.4

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.3+

1.2

Mature

JettyPlus

Jetty-4.1

1.2-1.4

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.3

1.2

Deprecated

JAXP1.1, AJP13(mod_jk)

Jetty-4.0

1.2

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.3

1.2

Deprecated

 

Jetty-3.1

1.2

HTTP/1.1 RFC2068

2.2

1.1

Ancient

JMX

Jetty-3.0

1.2

HTTP/1.1 RFC2068

2.2

1.1

Fossilized

 

Jetty-2.4

1.1

HTTP/1.0 RFC1945

2.1

1.0

Legendary

 

Jetty-1.0

1.0

HTTP/1.0 RFC1945

-

-

Mythical

 

Jetty 6 is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license with details listed in the NOTICE file.

Jetty 7 is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license with details listed in the NOTICE file.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I unpack and install Jetty?
To get started quickly:

  1. Download from Codehaus
  2. Install Jetty-6 or Jetty-7
  3. Run Jetty-6 or Jetty-7
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Contact the core Jetty developers at www.webtide.com
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