1Lucee on Jetty
2 3* Version: 0.7
4* License: LGPLv3
5* Homepage: https://www.sorcerersisle.com/software/luje
6* Documentation: https://docs.sorcerersisle.com/luje
7* Repository: https://code.sorcerersisle.com/luje.git
8* Issues: https://github.com/boughtonp/lucee-on-jetty/issues
1314Lucee on Jetty is a project to provide:
15* a Jetty module for running the Lucee CFML engine
16* sensible defaults configured for Lucee and Jetty
17* documentation of what has been configured and why
18* a reference guide for how to perform common tasks
1920This repository contains the template for bundling Lucee with Jetty. It uses
21Jetty's home/base functionality to simplify the process and avoid the need to
22modify the Jetty files, and uses a module to keep Lucee configuration discrete.
2728Lucee on Jetty bundles are built with a Bash script.
29Whilst the resulting bundle requires a JVM to run, the build process does not.
3031Thus, the minimum requirements are GNU Bash and GNU Coreutils (or compatible).
3233Git is the easiest way to obtain the lucee.jetty-module submodule.
3435If not already installed, these are available via your package manager.
3637(Windows users can install Git for Windows to obtain all of these.)
4243It is not required to build Lucee on Jetty yourself - if all you want
44is to run Lucee on Jetty, you can download a pre-built package from
4647If `lucee.jetty-module` directory is empty, either run `git submodule update`
48to have Git download the files; or manually download and copy them from
5051Run `build/build.sh --help` to see the various options and example usage.
525354Licensing & Credits
5657This project is available under the terms of the LGPLv3 license.
58See license.txt to understand your rights and obligations.
5960Lucee on Jetty is created and maintained by Peter Boughton.
6162This repository does not contain Lucee or Jetty themselves; these have their
63own licenses (Lucee: LGPLv2; Jetty: Apache License 2.0 or EPLv2).
6869This project was created to provide a ready-to-run Lucee package for
70anyone who prefers Jetty to Tomcat
7172Contributions are welcome, but please discuss first (either by
73raising an issue or sending an email).