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August 2006 - Current status of UW Calendar and this website:

The UW Calendar project has evolved into Bedework. Please see the Bedework website for current code and updates. We will continue to keep this website up as an archive of the status of UW Calendar as of August 2006.

Latest Release

The last release of UW Calendar was 2.3.2, released in July 2005. For more recent versions of the code, visit the Bedework website.

You can download the latest release either in a standalone, quickstart version, with a database and servlet container included, or just download the calendar application only.

The quickstart release of the calendar allows you to try out the calendar web application without compiling the source code, installing a database, or any number of other possibly difficult tasks. After you download, unzip the file, then follow the simple instructions in the README file. The release includes the Tomcat servlet container and the hsqldb database. Both are Java applications, so the release should work on any platform with a JVM release of 1.4 or higher.

You can also download the latest release of the calendar application only, minus the database and Tomcat. This is suitable if you already have a database and servlet container of your own. The calendar application can also be accessed from the CVS repository. The tag for the current version is REL_2_3_2_RELEASED .

Note: The quickstart release includes the corresponding calendar release as a subdirectory, so there's no reason to download both.

In addition to the current releases, you can download the most current source code from CVS. See the next section below.

  • Download quickstart release 2.3.2
  • Download calendar release 2.3.2 only

  • Source Code

    The UW Calendar project has evolved into Bedework. You can still access UW Calendar code, but for more recent code, visit the Bedework website.

    You can download the most current source code from an Internet-accessible revision control system called CVS. This code is accessible in the CVS Repositories.

    Building and Installing

    In the quickstart distribution, everything is pre-built. For other distributions, or to recompile the application in the quickstart distribution, see the HOWTO document, which is included in the docs directory of all the distributions (calendar2/docs in the quickstart distribution).

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