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Rhino downloads archive

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Release Release Date Change log Download link
Rhino 1.7R4 2012-06-18 New in Rhino 1.7R4
Rhino 1.7R3 2011-05-09 New in Rhino 1.7R3
Rhino 1.7R2 2009-03-22 New in Rhino 1.7R2
Rhino 1.7R1 2008-03-06 New in Rhino 1.7R1
Rhino 1.6R7 2007-08-20 New in Rhino 1.6R7
Rhino 1.6R6 2007-07-30 New in Rhino 1.6R6
Rhino 1.6R5 2006-11-19 Same code as 1.6R4, but relicensed under MPL/GPL.
Rhino 1.6R4 2006-09-10 bug 343976
Rhino 1.6R3 2006-07-24 Changes in 1.6R3
Rhino 1.6R2 2005-09-19 Changes in 1.6R2
Rhino 1.6R1 2004-11-29 Changes in 1.6R1
Rhino 1.5R5 2004-03-25 Changes in 1.5R5
Rhino 1.5R4.1 2003-04-21 Changes in 1.5R4.1
Rhino 1.5R4 2003-02-10 Changes in 1.5R4
Rhino 1.5R3 2002-01-27 Changes in 1.5R3
Rhino 1.5R2 2001-07-27 Changes in 1.5R2
Rhino 1.5R1 2000-09-10 Changes in 1.5R1
Rhino 1.4R3 1999-05-10 Initial public release

Rhino 1.6R1 through 1.6R6 implement E4X using XMLBeans library. If you would like to use E4X you need to add xbean.jar from XMLBeans distribution to your class path. In Rhino 1.6R6 and later the E4X support has been rewritten to rely solely on the DOM3 APIs supported natively by Java 1.5. (Pre-Java 1.5 users can use DOM3 using Java's endorsed standards override mechanism if they have a DOM3-capable XML parser.) If neither XMLBeans nor DOM3 are present, E4X is not available. 

If you are looking for js.jar for XSLT or for IBM's Bean Scripting Framework (BSF), please read the following note and then download one of the zip files above and unzip it.

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