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<title>Apache Taglibs</title>
<author email="">Apache Taglibs Team</author>
<section name="Apache Taglibs">
This project is an open source repository for JSP(tm) Tag Libraries.
In particular, Apache Taglibs hosts the <a href="standard/">Apache Standard Taglib</a>, an implementation of the
<a href="">JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) specification</a>. Versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2
of JSTL are all implemented.
<section name="Formerly Jakarta Taglibs">
Apache Taglibs was originally called Jakarta Taglibs. When the project changed name, and moved over to coexist
with the Tomcat project, many of the original taglibs were retired. See the
<a href="">Jakarta Taglibs retirement page</a> for
more on these taglibs.
<section name="News">
<table border="0" cellspacing="5" cellpadding="5" width="100%">
<tr><td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><b><font size="-1">2014/01/02</font></b></td><td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><font size="-1">
[<a href="../standard/">Standard</a>]
</font><font size="-1">
The Apache Standard Taglib 1.2.1, an implementation of JSTL 1.2, has been released.
<tr><td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><b><font size="-1">2009/06/07</font></b></td><td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><font size="-1">[ALL]</font><font size="-1">
The Standard and RDC Taglibs have moved over to Tomcat. All other taglibs back at Jakarta have been deprecated
and a new Extended Taglib created.