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Beta for Testing: Euphoria 4.1.0
Released February 2014
OpenEuphoria Beta 4.1 Now on SourceForge
Beta Versions of Euphoria 4.1 can now be downloaded from SourceForge.
Windows, Linux, OSX, and ARM versions are available.
Current Stable: Euphoria 4.0.5
Released: October 19th, 2012
|Linux 32-bit||Debian Package for 32-bit systems||euphoria_4.0.5_i386.deb|
|Linux 64-bit||Debian Package for 64-bit systems (32-bit euphoria binaries)||euphoria_4.0.5_amd64.deb|
|Linux 32-bit||Generic tar/gz package for 32-bit systems||euphoria-4.0.5-Linux-ix86.tar.gz|
|Linux 32-bit||Generic tar/bz2 package for 32-bit systems||euphoria-4.0.5-Linux-ix86.tar.bz2|
|Windows||Windows installer (standard)||euphoria-4.0.5.exe|
|Windows||Windows installer (with OW)||euphoria-4.0.5-ow.exe|
Documentation (Releases already contain documentation)
Translated C Source Code Releases
To install from source you need a C compiler. Download the Source Package for your platform and then:
% cd euphoria-4.0.0-src/source % ./configure % make % make install
This will install Euphoria into the /usr/local directory tree.
Eubins Development Versions
A eubin is a version of Euphoria created and compiled for developer testing. During times of frenzied development, but not currently, eubins are created and updated at http://openeuphoria.org/eubins/
You can create your own "eubin" by compiling Euphoria from source-code found at the code repository.
As of 12/19/2010 at 07:31PM EST, the SVN server hosted on the SF.net website at http://rapideuphoria.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/rapideuphoria is no longer used for active Euphoria development. It will be decommissioned in the days ahead. All development has been moved to our own Mercurial repository hosted here on http://openEuphoria.org. Its public address is: http://scm.openeuphoria.org/hg/euphoria. Its developer address is https://scm.openeuphoria.org/hg/euphoria. The two are no different. The public address is anonymous read-only while the developer address is via SSL and requires authentication to use.
If you are using a secure connection mode, and you need to in order to push commits, you'll need to enter the finger print for this site. This is located somewhere in your browser. The finger print can be specified in your hgrc file like this:
[hostfingerprints] scm.openeuphoria.org = c2:63:92:ad:1a:c9:50:60:4b:4a:d3:d3:1f:d9:13:cc:bd:07:64:23
Some recommended reading the excellent tutorial information about Mercurial: Learn Mercurial.
The versioning display of our products have changed when using Mercurial and the ability to branch/tag in Mercurial is much nicer especially when it comes to branching and tagging a release, thus the decision was made to switch directly prior to the 4.0.0 final release. Example output from the new version display is
C:\Development\Projects\euphoria> eui --version Euphoria Interpreter v4.0.0 development Windows, Using Managed Memory Build Date: 2010-12-19 Rev: 7cae4df2962e
Previous Versions < 4.x
Previous versions of Euphoria are available on the PriorReleases download page.