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SVN Repository

Depending on the branch you want, you could check out the source codes from the following paths.

Version URL Description
5.0.*

(current)

https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/branches/5.0/ The 5.0 branch.

It is the working repository for the most up-to-date source codes for current ZK 5

6.0.*

(upcoming)

https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/branches/6.0/ The 6.0 branch.

It is the working repository for the most up-to-date source codes for upcoming ZK 6

3.6.*

(maintaining)

https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/trunk/ The 3.6 branch.

It is the working repository for the most up-to-date source codes for maintaining ZK 3.6. Though it is named trunk, it is used only for the 3.6 branch now.

3.0.* (maintaining) https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/branches/3.0/ The 3.0 branch.

It is the working repository for the most up-to-date source codes for maintaining ZK 3.0

2.4.*

(maintaining)

https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/branches/2.4/ The 2.4 branch.

It is the working repository for the most up-to-date source codes for maintaining ZK 2.4

Releases

(frozen)

https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/releases/x.y.z The releases.

We won't change the code in this repository. The URL depends on the version you want to check out. For a complete list, please visit http://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/zk1/releases/.

Maven Build

Since ZK 5.0.5 release, we put an Eclipse project setting into each submodule folder, such as zk, zul, zkdemo, and so on. After that time, you can be able to check out the source code from the SVN path above as a Eclipse Maven project to develop/build it. Or you can use Maven command line to build the ZK Jar files.

For example,

$ svn checkout https://zk1.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zk1/releases/5.0.5/zul zul
$ cd zul
$ mvn clean package

See Also

Version History

Last Update : 2011/7/27


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