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From "Coda" <junkc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jelly Email Tag Library and Sources
Date Sat, 06 Aug 2016 16:47:32 GMT
The binary distributions definitely don't look like they are available for 
libraries other than jelly-commons (core).  However, the Maven repo does 
appear to have the source I am after so I can build my own jars.  I have a 
feeling these haven't been built for years.  Five or six of them.  In the 
mirrors there used to be a distribution called:


I did find the source in the repository Oliver linked.  (Thank you Oliver!) 
Here is the source.


This is not included in the libraries here:


This is not being built anymore.  At least I was pointed me to the source. 
I will build my own jars.  Does anybody know why the additional libraries 
are no longer built?

Thank you!

-----Original Message----- 
From: Phil Steitz
Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2016 8:53 AM
To: repository@apache.org
Subject: Re: Jelly Email Tag Library and Sources

On 8/5/16 6:49 PM, Coda wrote:
> Hello, list.
> I have been searching today for the jar and sources for the
> commons jelly email tag library.  The core library is available
> but the email tag library is not.  All of the download URL
> references from the website are broken.
> http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-jelly/libs/email/tags.html
> I have the jar because it ships with the software product I am
> using but I still need the sources, specifically the test cases.
> Can anybody tell me whether or not there is an archive repository
> that still contains this code?  I searched for quite a while to
> find it but I did not succeed.  It is not in any of the current
> repositories.  It seems to have been lost and the only jelly tag
> library that is available is the core library.  In addition to the
> core and email library there was also a FMT (I’m not sure what
> this one was), JSL, JUnit, SQL, XML and Util tag library.  I would
> love a repository with those as well.
> Any help is welcome.  Thanks in advance!

The 1.0 source and binary distributions are here:

> Ben


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