eAdmin / OWX (standing for OmniaWeb-X) is a webbased site mangement software, a
development framework and list generator.
It needs Apache, Tomcat and PostgreSQL.
Some of the features of latest OWX include:
- Defineable field configurations (Text, Wysiwyg, Prices, Dates etc.)
- Searcher for searching multilanguage content
- FileManager for management of available files
- CategoryManger for management of multiple category-trees
- Multiuser support
- Multilanguage support
- WYSIWYG editor for formatted text input
- Support for different template systems
- Implementation using Java v2, JSP v2.3, SQL92 and Linux OS
- Model/View/Control (MVC) architecture (by using Jakarta Struts)
- Use of JSP custom tag libraries
- XML based configuration
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 11932 [details]
# Revisions: 13.05.2003: net-www/owxv3-1.0.3.ebuild
# - initial ebuild
The web-apps herd is currently working on delivering some important changes
to the way that web-based applications are installed and managed on Gentoo
Linux. Until this work is complete, we're not commiting ebuilds for new
I've marked this bug as 'LATER'. As soon as we are able to, we will come
back to this bug and help you convert your ebuild to our new approach.
Many thanks for your patience,
Sorry for the delay in replying. We've been very busy putting a new
framework in place for ebuilds for web-based applications. This has
now been added to Portage.
We need you to update your ebuild to use the new framework before we
can accept your ebuild.
Please emerge net-www/webapp-config (make sure you get version 1.2 or
later), and update your ebuild to work with this new tool. You can
use 'man 5 webapp.eclass', 'man 5 webapp-config' and 'man 8 webapp-config'
to learn more about how your ebuild needs to work.
You can find an example ebuild, for phpmyadmin, in
If you encounter any difficulties with the new framework (and we
apologise, but there are sure to be a few at first), please let us know
and we'll do our best to help you.
Not updated upstream since October 2003. Also, this ebuild would need to be
rewritten to use webapp eclass.
From SF project page:
Posted By: acuix
Date: 2005-07-19 07:31
Summary: Active development has ended
OWX will not be further developed.
If anybody is interested to continue the development, feel free to let the
project team know.