Use the links below to download a distribution of Apache MyFaces from one of our mirrors. It is good practice to verify the integrity of the distribution files.
Apache MyFaces is distributed as a
zip archive (for Windows) and
tar.gz archive (for UNIX). The contents are the same. Please note
that the tar.gz archives contain file names longer than 100 characters and have been
created using GNU tar extensions. Thus they must be untarred with a GNU compatible
version of tar.
You are currently using http://download.nextag.com/apache/ . If you encounter a problem with this mirror, then please select another. If all mirrors are failing, there are backup mirrors at the end of the list. See status of mirrors.
The current release is Apache MyFaces 1.1.1 (see the release notes ).
A binary distribution of the standalone tomahawk components (which work with any JSF implementation) is available.
There is also a binary distribution of the various webapp examples available.
If you want to use the latest Apache MyFaces features, the source code is under version control with SVN. Click here for information on how to use the ASF SVN Repository. There are also nightly builds available every 24 hours (11:00 PM EST).
Older releases are available in the archive . Those releases are only provided as historical artefacts. We strongly recommend to not use those releases, but upgrade to the most recent release.
It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP and MD5 signatures. MD5 verification ensures the file was not corrupted during the download process. PGP verification ensures that the file came from a certain person.
The PGP signatures can be verified using
First download the Apache MyFaces
as well as the
asc signature file for the particular
distribution. It is important that you get these files from the ultimate
trusted source - the main ASF distribution site, rather than from a mirror.
Then verify the signatures using ...
% pgpk -a KEYS % pgpv myfaces-X.Y.tgz.asc or % pgp -ka KEYS % pgp myfaces-X.Y.tgz.asc or % gpg --import KEYS % gpg --verify myfaces-X.Y.tgz.asc
To verify the MD5 signature on the files, you need to use a program
md5sum, which is
included in many unix distributions. It is also available as part of
. Windows users can get binary md5 programs from
We strongly recommend you verify your downloads with both PGP and MD5.