Welcome to the wonder wiki!
Want to know how you can contribute to the project? Have a look at Contributing to Project Wonder.
Want more information on Wonder then head to the project's official wiki.
There are different versions of Wonder represented as Git tags or branches you can choose from. Following is a short description of the most important ones.
Wonder 7 will be compatible with WebObjects 5.4.3 and needs Java 1.6 or newer (may be changed until release). This release is scheduled for 2014 and will be focused on removal of deprecated classes, methods and components. Before updating to Wonder 7 you should check your code for deprecation warnings. Additionally a migration guide will be published for necessary code changes.
Wonder 6 is compatible with WebObjects 5.4.3 only and needs Java 1.5 or newer. (For WebObjects 5.3.3 support choose the Wonder 5 Legacy version)
The current version is 6.1.1 (9 February 2014).
The API documentation can be found at http://jenkins.wocommunity.org/job/Wonder/javadoc.
Want to know what changed recently in Wonder 6? Have a look at the release page or changelog for older releases.
Wonder 5 is compatible with WebObjects 5.3.3 and WebObjects 5.4.3 and needs Java 1.5 or newer.
Wonder 5 Legacy is compatible with WebObjects 5.3.3 only. You should consider upgrading to Wonder 6 and WebObjects 5.4.3.
The corresponding Git branch is Wonder_5_0_0_Legacy.
The API documentation can be found at http://jenkins.wocommunity.org/job/WonderLegacy/javadoc.
Last edited by Johann Werner,