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see [[Roadmap]]
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'''openZIM releases''' can be found at the following address:
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* https://download.openzim.org/
  
== POSIX compatible ==
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You can also checkout the code from [[git|our development code repository]].
;Binaries
 
* [http://openzim.org/download/ZimReader ZimReader static build 2009-06-07]
 
  
;Packages
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If you are looking for binaries, you might rather be interested in [[ZIM Readers|reader applications]] instead. The openZIM libraries and tools are not meant for end-users but for software developers which integrate them into reader applications or export tools.
* Debian
 
* RPM
 
* DMG
 
  
;Source
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== History ==
* Tarballs
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* 2013/04/19: [http://www.openzim.org/download/zimlib-1.0.tar.gz zimlib 1.0]
* ebuilds
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* 2013/08/03: [http://www.openzim.org/download/zimlib-1.1.tar.gz zimlib 1.1]
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* 2014/05/21: [http://www.openzim.org/download/zimlib-1.2.tar.gz zimlib 1.2]
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* 2016/08/13: [http://www.openzim.org/download/zimlib-1.3.tar.gz zimlib 1.3]
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* 2016/10/18: [http://www.openzim.org/download/zimlib-1.4.tar.gz zimlib 1.4]
  
== ReactOS compatible ==
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== See also ==
* Installer
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* [[Roadmap]]
 
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* [[Git]]
== Unstable / Current Development ==
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* [https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=openZIM Report a bug or make a feature request]
Get the source code from [[Subversion]]
 
 
 
<pre>
 
svn co http://svn.openzim.org/svnroot/trunk zim
 
</pre>
 
 
 
See more detailed information for checking out and updating code on our [[Subversion]] page.
 
 
 
;Requirements:
 
If you compile the software from source you need the following libraries installed:
 
* cxxtools (svn copy)
 
* tntdb (for zimwriter) (ubuntu release 1.01+ or svn copy)
 
* tntnet (for zimreader)
 
* automake-1.9+
 
* libbz2-dev
 

Latest revision as of 06:36, 30 July 2019

openZIM releases can be found at the following address:

You can also checkout the code from our development code repository.

If you are looking for binaries, you might rather be interested in reader applications instead. The openZIM libraries and tools are not meant for end-users but for software developers which integrate them into reader applications or export tools.

History

See also