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Jetty Distribution from Codehaus

Available from codehaus are all jetty-6 releases. From Jetty-7, the core components of Jetty are available in a distribution from the eclipse foundation, and jetty-hightide is the codehaus distributions that combines the jetty@eclipse core with additional components (JSP, JTA, etc.):

Jetty Distribution from Eclipse

From Jetty 7 and later, the core components of jetty are available via the eclipse foundation in a distribution that has been through the Eclipse IP process:

These distribution contain only the core functionality of a servlet server and the HTTP client. Some modules (e.g., annotations) are missing dependencies which may be discovered by using the command mvn dependency:tree within the source module. These dependencies should be placed in the lib/ext directory.

These distribution and its dependencies are provided under the terms and conditions of the Eclipse Foundation Software User Agreement unless otherwise specified.

Maven Repositories

Linux Distributions

Hightide releases

Hightide is a release of Jetty 6 bundled with JNDI, JTA, JMS, and other EE technologies. From Jetty 7, the jetty-hightide release is the normal codehaus download.

Other

Versions

Versions are describe in the Jetty 6 Changelog.

Version

Java

HTTP

Servlet

JSP

Status

Notes

Jetty-8 eclipse

1.6-

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

3.0

2.2

Development

Standardized async

Jetty-7 eclipse

1.5-

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.5

2.1

Stable

org.eclipse.jetty

Jetty-6.1

1.4-1.6

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.5

2.1 or 2.0

Maintenance

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

Deprecated

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

Deprecated

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.

For the latest comparison table of versions (starting from Jetty 6.1) see the Versions table on the Eclipse Wiki.

Installing Jetty

Please see the Quick Start for installing binary versions of Jetty. For installing other versions please see Installation Instructions for Other Versions.

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