You can find the full source code for this website in the Seam package in the directory /examples/wiki. It is licensed under the LGPL.
Please read the Requirements FAQ first if you have any questions, this is a quick overview:
To get started with Seam after you downloaded it, please follow the Getting Started guidelines.
|JBoss Seam 2.3||2.3.0.Final||Final||130 MB||24.09.2012||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.2||2.2.2.Final||Final||113 MB||27.04.2011||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.2||2.2.1.Final||Final||113 MB||28.01.2011||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.2||2.2.0.GA||Final||111 MB||30.07.2009||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.1||2.1.2.GA||Final||136 MB||08.06.2009||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.0||2.0.3.CR1||Preview||84 MB||13.06.2008||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 2.0||2.0.2.SP1||Final||84 MB||28.05.2008||LGPL||Notes||Download|
|JBoss Seam 1.2||1.2.1 GA||Final||73 MB||27.03.2007||LGPL||Notes||Download|
Seam 2 is available from the JBoss Maven 2 repository:
From user point of view, you should use org.jboss.seam:bom:2.3.0.Final to get easier startup for seam artifacts, which are managed by Seam Bill of Material (BOM).
You can also find unstable nightly builds on the JBoss Maven 2 snapshot repository.
Seam is located in the Seam 2 Github Repository. Seam 2 is a organized as a single project (thus one repository), built using Ant or Maven for in case of Seam 2.3. If you are looking for Seam 3, refer to the Seam 3 check out and build page page for instructions.
git clone https://github.com/seam2/jboss-seam seam
git checkout -b Seam_2_0 origin/Seam_2_0
git checkout -b Seam_2_1 origin/Seam_2_1
git checkout -b Seam_2_2 origin/Seam_2_2
You need an install of Maven 3.0.x and set up additional Maven repository like we have in settings.xml or just copy build/settings.xml to your local Maven user home - user_home/.m2/
To build Seam from github, just run mvn clean install .
You need a full install of ant 1.7.0. Some linux distributions only supply a partial installation of ant which will make the build fail. If so, make sure ant-nodeps.jar is on the classpath.
To build Seam from github, just run ant build in seam/. You'll find the built artifacts and current set of libraries in jboss-seam/lib.
For more information, see Getting Started Developing the Seam Framework.