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Jean-Philippe Lang, 2013-11-29 00:14
Moved 2.3.4 release to redmine.org
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Latest stable releases¶
Redmine releases are available in either
.tar.gz format for Unix systems or
.zip format for Windows:
- 2.4.1 (2013-11-23):
- 2.3.4 (2013-11-17):
See the Changelog for details and RedmineInstall for installation instructions or RedmineUpgrade for upgrading instructions.
Older releases can be found at Rubyforge.
Latest source code¶
You can checkout the latest source code of Redmine from the Subversion repository. This is the prefered way to get Redmine if you want to benefit from the latest improvements and be able to upgrade easily.
The URL of the official Subversion repository is: http://svn.redmine.org/redmine
Alternatively, you can clone it from the following mirrors that are maintained by the community:
- Mercurial: https://bitbucket.org/redmine
- Git: https://github.com/redmine/redmine
You can checkout the latest stable source with one of the following commands:
svn co http://svn.redmine.org/redmine/branches/2.4-stable redmine-2.4
It will create a directory named
redmine-2.4 and you'll be able to update your Redmine copy using
svn update in this directory.
hg clone --updaterev 2.4-stable https://bitbucket.org/redmine/redmine-all redmine-2.4
You can checkout the latest development source from the trunk with one of the following commands:
svn co http://svn.redmine.org/redmine/trunk redmine
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/redmine/redmine-trunk redmine
Third-party Redmine bundles¶
- TurnKey Redmine Appliance - Provides a free lightweight Ubuntu-based Redmine appliance and cloud image.
- BitNami Redmine Stack – Provides an all-in-one installer and free virtual machines and cloud images for Redmine.
If you get this error when trying to checkout the source:
"PROPFIND 200 OK" error
Please contact your network administrator and ask him to enable WebDAV extension in your proxy.
Updated by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago · 127 revisions locked