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The information on this page is for tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm, a source rpm; you are probably more interested in these binaries built from it:

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tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5
(2009-03-05 16:57, noarch)
Tapestry Framework tapestry homepage Download tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.noarch.rpm Download tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm
tapestry-demo-4.0.2-3.jpp5
(2009-03-05 16:57, noarch)
Examples for tapestry tapestry-demo homepage Download tapestry-demo-4.0.2-3.jpp5.noarch.rpm Download tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm
tapestry-javadoc-4.0.2-3.jpp5
(2009-03-05 16:57, noarch)
Javadoc for tapestry tapestry-javadoc homepage Download tapestry-javadoc-4.0.2-3.jpp5.noarch.rpm Download tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm


RPM Information for tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm

Name: tapestryDistribution: JPackage
Version: 4.0.2Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 3.jpp5Build date: Thu Mar 5 16:55:50 2009
Epoch: 0Build host: flat.netmindz.net
Group: Development/JavaRPM file: tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm
Size: 6133870Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: ASL 2.0
Packager: David Walluck <david at jpackage.org>
URL: http://tapestry.apache.org/
Summary: Tapestry Framework
Tapestry is an open-source framework for creating dynamic,
robust, highly scalable web applications in Java. Tapestry
complements and builds upon the standard Java Servlet API,
and so it works in any servlet container or application
server. Tapestry divides a web application into a set of
pages, each constructed from components. This provides a
consistent structure, allowing the Tapestry framework to
assume responsibility for key concerns such as URL
construction and dispatch, persistent state storage on the
client or on the server, user input validation,
localization/internationalization, and exception reporting.
Developing Tapestry applications involves creating HTML
templates using plain HTML, and combining the templates
with small amounts of Java code using (optional) XML
descriptor files. In Tapestry, you create your application
in terms of objects, and the methods and properties of those
objects -- and specifically not in terms of URLs and query
parameters. Tapestry brings true object oriented developme

Change Log for tapestry-4.0.2-3.jpp5.src.rpm

* Thu Mar 05 2009 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.0.2-3
- remove javadoc scriptlets

* Thu Mar 05 2009 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.0.2-2
- spec cleanup

* Fri May 04 2007 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:4.0.2-1jpp
- First JPP release


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