README for jtty-builder ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ jtty-builder is an easy-to-install, lightweight webserver with a JSP container for Unix. More specifically, jtty-builder is just a set of shell scripts for Unix which automate downloading and building a lightweight Java web and application server for serving JSP (and Java servlets). The container used is Jtty, which uses Jetty, which uses parts of Apache Tomcat (mostly Jasper). Most steps are automated. There is no need to write configuration files. To start serving a hello-world JSP page on Unix, do this: 0. As a shortcut, you can use a prebuilt jttyp.jar instead of building one using jtty-builder. To do that, run the following command, and skip steps 1 to 5 (inclusive): $ wget -O jttyp.jar \ http://pts-mini-gpl.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/jtty-prebuilt/jttyp.jar The size of jttyp.jar is less than 3.5MB. 1. Download jtty-builder: $ svn co http://pts-mini-gpl.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/jtty-builder 2. Install java and javac. Example command on Ubuntu Lucid: $ sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk 3. Use jtty-builder to download the sources of Jtty, Jetty and Tomcat: $ (cd jtty-builder && ./download_jttyp.jar) 4. Use jtty-builder to build jttyp.jar: $ (cd jtty-builder && ./build_jttyp.jar) 5. Copy jttyp.jar to the application directory: $ cp jtty-builder/jttyp.jar . 6. Create your .war file or application directory. A simple example: $ mkdir Hello-World $ (echo '