Velocity is a project of the Apache Software Foundation, charged with the creation and maintenance of open-source software related to the Apache Velocity Engine . All software created at the Velocity project is available under the Apache Software License and free of charge for the public.
The Velocity developers are pleased to announce the release of Velocity Engine 1.7.
Since 1.6, there has been a lot of work: #@body()content#end, #[[literal content]]#, major namespacing changes, $newListSyntax[$i], and more. [Read more...]
The Velocity developers are very pleased to make VelocityTools 2.0 available for download.
This should be useable as a drop in replacement for Tools 1.4 or Tools 2.0-beta4, with a few minor exceptions. The 2.x series of VelocityTools requires Velocity 1.6 and JDK 1.5+.
Since the last beta release, there have been a variety of enhancements. [Read more...]
The Velocity developers would like to announce the release of Velocity Engine 1.6.4.
This release provides two small bugfixes and one critical fix. [Read more...]
The Apache Software Foundation provides support for the Apache community of open-source software projects. The Apache projects are characterized by a collaborative, consensus based development process, an open and pragmatic software license, and a desire to create high quality software that leads the way in its field.
Apache Velocity offers the following projects:
These are the current releases of all Apache Velocity projects:
|Project||Release Version||Alpha/Beta/RC Release version|
|Velocity Engine||1.7||(currently none available)|
|Velocity Tools||2.0||(currently none available)|
|DVSL||1.0||(currently none available)|
|Texen||1.0||(currently none available)|
|Anakia||1.0||(currently none available)|
|Docbook Framework||1.0||(currently none available)|
The release distribution is available as a combined source/binary distribution in tar.gz and zip formats, and can be downloaded from our download page.
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