Here is where you can download the stable releases of BashBurn. These releases has been tested and should just work. That’s not to say there aren’t any bugs in them of course. If you find any, please report them to the developers either by sending a mail to us or posting on the mailing list. Check contacts for details.
Here you can download the unstable releases of BashBurn. These releases have not been tested thoroughly. They are beta releases and might or might not work properly. If you want to be on the safe side, stick with a stable release.
That being said, these releases should still be usable if you want to try out what the next stable release of BashBurn will be able do.
To check out the latest code, you can clone the BashBurn git repo at github. To do this, run this command:
git clone git://github.com/aelinden/BashBurn.git
To view the code online, go to https://github.com/aelinden/BashBurn
Since I’m new to git there might be some issues here and there. Do let me know if you find something out of the ordinary.
h1. Subversion If you feel really brave and want to try the latest and greatest, grab a copy from out svn server and give it a go. Note that this is bleeding edge and there is no guarantee whatsoever that it will work. Breakage happens on a regular basis on svn. To check out the latest of what the mad developers behind BashBurn are working on, run the command: svn co https://svn.inf.sgsp.edu.pl/svn/bashburn/trunk bashburn h1. WebSVN To check out our subversion server online, click the link below. There you can see what is going on right now without having to download anything. “BashBurn WebSVN”:http://svn.inf.sgsp.edu.pl/listing.php?rep=0&path=/bashburn/