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UrlRewriteFilter changes license from GPL to BSD

It looks like Sanjiv won't need to worry about the UrlRewriteFilter and its license anymore. From the UrlRewrite mailing list yesterday:

Subject: License changed to BSD and code repository changed to Subversion


Two major changes today:

- License changing to BSD (from GPL), this should allow wider adoption of UrlRewriteFilter. (this is effective as of 3.0.4 which will be released soon)

- Project hosting moved from to

Over the next few days and will be changed to mention this.


Sweet - thanks Paul! I continue to use (and highly recommend) the UrlRewriteFilter on almost every project I work on.

Posted in Java at Apr 20 2007, 08:44:22 AM MDT 1 Comment

Just dug this out. Looks like Seam's use of UrlRewrite had something to do with the license change :

Posted by Sanjiv Jivan on July 03, 2007 at 02:24 AM MDT #

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