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Re: [Paperclips-discuss] Free Servlet Engine

From: Nic Ferrier
Subject: Re: [Paperclips-discuss] Free Servlet Engine
Date: 01 May 2003 16:41:29 +0100

Krystian Lewandowski <address@hidden> writes:

> Uz.ytkownik Nic Ferrier napisa?:
> >
> > Yes. I use paperclips to run several websites for clients.
> >
> > And Paperclips is still under active development, it's just taking a
> > long time to get it where I want. I want to compile it with gcj and
> > there are quite a few dependancies that have to be fixed first.
> >
> > But it's usable with Sun's java.
> >
> >
> > Nic
> I'm so happy :D
> Ok, short description...
> I create some kind of 'module based content creating system'
> < - polish only> called jCCS (based on servlet api
> 2.3) - this is very alpha code.
> Now, for ideological and conceited proud reasons ;) i want run this
> library on debian with only free packages set.
> All the time I used Blackdown/SUNs java vm and compiler, but now i'll
> try kaffe and gcj? I don't know, is this possible?

I haven't tried kaffe for a long time.

I reckon paperclips would work with one of the Classpath VMs (say,
kissme) but haven't had time to test it.

> What kind of library (licensig aspect) is servlet.jar - is in paperclips
> package, but i think is on SUNs (non GPL compatible license). All
> licensig dependencies makes me unhappy ;).

We have a GNU only (GPLed) servlet API specification.

That's what is in the paperclips repository.


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