Lucee Express Jetty 9 Available

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

Zip Package
https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.zip

Tar Package
https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.tar.xz

Just uncompress and run the lucee_start.sh or lucee_start.bat depending on
your environment.
Report any issues. Comments welcome.

Dumb question, but what is this? I assume it isn’t Luccee itself, but
something else, hence the Jetty? Can you describe what this release means?On Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 2:11:19 PM UTC-6, melinite (David S) wrote:

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

Zip Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.zip

Tar Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.tar.xz

Just uncompress and run the lucee_start.sh or lucee_start.bat depending on
your environment.
Report any issues. Comments welcome.

Hey Ray thanks for your question. My response actually reminded me to
create bundled jre versions that Micha was wanting. This completely
eliminates any external dependencies to get Lucee running.

Just added JRE bundled lucee jetty express editions. Only x64 supported.
Download, unpack, run the according lucee_start_jre script.

Linux x64
https://www.dropbox.com/s/aekrj121ce5ans0/lucee_jetty9express_jre8Bundle_Linux_x64.tar.xz?dl=1

Windows
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zf1hvl914luc4s6/lucee_jetty9express_jre8Bundle_Windows_x64.zip?dl=1On Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 3:11:19 PM UTC-5, melinite (David S) wrote:

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

Zip Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.zip

Tar Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.tar.xz

Just uncompress and run the lucee_start.sh or lucee_start.bat depending on
your environment.
Report any issues. Comments welcome.

Lucee on top of Jetty 9, using jetty-runner to deploy. Very simple for
those wanting a simple download, unpack and click install to get started.
Similar to the current tomcat express. Having a java environment is the
only dependency.

A few were asking about jetty express editions vs the current tomcat
express.

Also I am going to be dockerizing a few other containers. Jetty 9 full
server is availbe.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/lucee/sl0BL05WucoOn Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 3:32:58 PM UTC-5, Raymond Camden wrote:

Dumb question, but what is this? I assume it isn’t Luccee itself, but
something else, hence the Jetty? Can you describe what this release means?

On Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 2:11:19 PM UTC-6, melinite (David S) wrote:

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

Zip Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.zip

Tar Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.tar.xz

Just uncompress and run the lucee_start.sh or lucee_start.bat depending
on your environment.
Report any issues. Comments welcome.

for windows version, can you set

useFileMappedBuffer = false

so files do not get locked

http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/documentation/current/troubleshooting-locked-files-on-windows.htmlOn 9 February 2015 at 04:11, melinite (David S) <@David_Seong> wrote:

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

Zip Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.zip

Tar Package

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/lucee-4.5.1.000/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000.tar.xz

Just uncompress and run the lucee_start.sh or lucee_start.bat depending on
your environment.
Report any issues. Comments welcome.


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yeah - that is what I was wondering.
This is how the project came out of github

Guess i will have to do some search and replace workOn 5 March 2015 at 00:21, Pete Freitag <@Pete_Freitag> wrote:

On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:28 AM, AJ Mercer <@AJ_Mercer> wrote:

any one know how to get Jetty (runner??) to support this URI ( starts
with // )
or is this a dud URL

Are you trying to do a protocol relative URL? If so you still need the
host in there, eg: //example.com/foo.js or //localhost/foo.js and there
wouldn’t be anything in jetty that would prevent that from working because
the browser does the work of requesting the canonical URL based on the
scheme of the document.


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AJ,

I have patched and compile jetty runner with option to disable file memory
mapping. All that is required is to replace the original
jetty-runner.jar,bat and sh files.
The windows batch file by default will disable file map buffering issue.
Linux envs don’t have this issue.

https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/tree/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner

New Release Packages:
windows
https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000_filebufferpatch.zip

linux
https://github.com/melinite/docker-pub/raw/master/lucee/lucee_jettyrunner/release/lucee_jettyrunner_4.5.1.000_filebufferpatch.tar.xz

ionic has its own build process through nodejs. You should check that. I
think you are missing a build step.
Below looks like the original template. I can see where the double // are
coming from. But Peter is also right in that // in URI’s are purposed for
adopting the protocol schema when URI start with them.

Also I have a patch for the jetty9-runner on windows with file locking. I’m
just debating whether to patch the runner itself manually from maven src or
release with just a simple xml config drop in replacement.

On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 7:30 PM, AJ Mercer <@AJ_Mercer> wrote:

yeah - that is what I was wondering.
This is how the project came out of github

Guess i will have to do some search and replace work

On 5 March 2015 at 00:21, Pete Freitag <@Pete_Freitag> wrote:

On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:28 AM, AJ Mercer <@AJ_Mercer> wrote:

any one know how to get Jetty (runner??) to support this URI ( starts
with // )
or is this a dud URL

Are you trying to do a protocol relative URL? If so you still need the
host in there, eg: //example.com/foo.js or //localhost/foo.js and there
wouldn’t be anything in jetty that would prevent that from working because
the browser does the work of requesting the canonical URL based on the
scheme of the document.


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http://foundeo.com/ - ColdFusion Consulting & Products
http://hackmycf.com - Is your ColdFusion Server Secure?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubESB87vl5U - FuseGuard your CFML in 10
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