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How to use taglib of tomahawk

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I have downloaded


Now I am trying to use the following code in my Jsp.

<%@ taglib uri=""; prefix="s"%>

<s:fieldset legend="FieldSet">
<h1> heelo world.</h1>

but It would not recognizing. How to use the tomahawk taglibs? please help me.
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You probably downloaded an official Tomahawk release from the Apache MyFaces website. The fieldset component you're trying to use is not (yet) in the Tomahawk release. Tomahawk uses a separate "sandbox" project to test new components. A new component may eventually be moved from the sandbox to the Tomahawk release, but there are no guarantees. So I wouldn't advise to use these components in a real life project. But if you want to play around, you should download a recent build of the Tomahawk sandbox, which can be found at the website of Irian, the company that originally donated the Tomahawk components to Apache.
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