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Clearsilver templates in pure Java

JSilver is a pure-Java implementation of Clearsilver. Key benefits of JSilver over Clearsilver include:

Performance - Templates are only parsed when the file changes - not for each request. - Optionally, templates can be compiled directly to Java bytecode, making rendering super-fast. - Once-off template optimization step simplifies template making rendering even faster. - Internal optimizations to streamline string manipulation.

Avoids the complexities of JNI - Avoids the risk of native code taking down the JVM. - Avoids JNI marshalling overhead.

Simplifies IDE use (no more forgetting java.library.path). - Allows for easy extension in Java - API allows template functions to be defined in Java allowing logic to be pulled out of templates. - Custom escaping / text filters can be plugged in. - Makes plugging in translations much simpler (e.g. <?cs var:translate('some.message') ?>). - API designed with testability in mind. - Custom mechanisms can be plugged in for loading templates and caching. - Low-level access to template AST for advanced transformations.

Package version:1.0.0.dfsg-1


jsilver (1.0.0.dfsg-1) sid; urgency=low

  * Upload to Debian (Closes: #677569)
  * Remove unlicenced file from upstream
    tarball and add .dfsg to version. Add to recreate tarball.
    Add patch remove-nonfree-sablecc to build without the file.
  * Set maintainer to Eucalyptus packaging team with Alexandre & myself
    as uploaders
  * Include guava in


This work was packaged for Debian by:

    Alexandre Rossi <> in September 2011

It was downloaded from:

    svn checkout

Project homepage:


Upstream Authors:

    David Beaumont
    Ben Dodso <>


    Copyright (C) 2010 Google Inc.



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