Nov 26 2013
On behalf of everyone who has contributed to docx4j, Plutext is pleased to announce that version 3 was released today.
Source code is available at GitHub or from the Maven Central link above. Javadoc is at Maven Central.
For what you need to know about docx4j 3.0, please see this post.
The XHTML Import stuff is now a separate project (since it and its dependencies are LGPL, not ASLv2 like docx4j).
- the three jars you need (docx4j-ImportXHTML, xhtmlrenderer, and iText) are included for convenience in the zip file above. You can delete them if you don’t need or want XHTML import.
- or you can get it from Maven Central
docx4j 3.0 uses slf4j for logging. For convenience, log4j is the default implementation. A follow-up post will explain more about logging config.
Thanks to everyone who has helped to make this release our best yet!
If you have questions pertaining to the use of docx4j, please post them in our forum, or on StackOverflow (rather than in comments to this post).