This is where to find the software developed by the Apache Cocoon Project.
The latest release of Apache Cocoon is 2.1.11. Most parts, especially the core can be considered as very stable. Some parts exist that must be considered as alpha, especially those blocks which are marked as such. Previous releases of Apache Cocoon 1 and 2 can be found in the archive at http://archive.apache.org/dist/cocoon/.
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Parent Directory - XML project 2.2/ 28-Apr-2008 18:30 - XML project 3.0/ 07-Jan-2010 19:12 - XML project BINARIES/ 05-Feb-2010 08:23 - Old binary distributions archive KEYS 28-Jul-2008 15:00 54K XML project SOURCES/ 15-Jan-2008 16:57 - Source distributions archive bricks-cms/ 08-Oct-2005 08:59 - XML project cocoon-2.1.11-docs.tar.gz 14-Jan-2008 12:22 4.2M Documentation (Unix) cocoon-2.1.11-docs.tar.gz.asc 14-Jan-2008 12:24 186 Documentation (Unix) cocoon-2.1.11-docs.zip 14-Jan-2008 12:23 4.3M Documentation (Win.) cocoon-2.1.11-docs.zip.asc 14-Jan-2008 12:24 186 Documentation (Win.) cocoon-2.1.11-src.tar.gz 31-Dec-2007 10:25 46M Cocoon 2.1 distribution (Unix, source only) cocoon-2.1.11-src.tar.gz.asc 31-Dec-2007 10:25 186 Cocoon 2.1 distribution (Unix, source only) cocoon-2.1.11-src.zip 31-Dec-2007 10:33 52M Cocoon 2.1 distribution (Win., source only) cocoon-2.1.11-src.zip.asc 31-Dec-2007 10:33 186 Cocoon 2.1 distribution (Win., source only) events/ 15-Jan-2008 16:00 - Materials from events license.txt 14-Jan-2008 12:37 11K Apache Software License subprojects/ 16-Jun-2009 22:00 - XML project
NOTE: Starting with 2.1 we only release a source distribution. This issue was discussed on the developer list. Using this source distribution is really easy and avoids most of the common pitfalls of the binary distribution. See further explanation.
NOTE: Cocoon includes all the packages required to run out of the box (included Xerces, Xalan and FOP) so you don't need to download anything else to start.
NOTE: For earlier versions of Cocoon (which did have binary distributions). Due to the incompatibilities between JDK 1.3 and JDK 1.4, you have to choose between a binary version targeted for JDK 1.2/1.3 and a version specially targeted for JDK 1.4 ( Using a build targeted for one JVM on a different JVM may result in runtime errors). Now you see why a source release is easier for everyone.