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Mulan 1.5 is the latest release of Mulan library. You can download it as a single zip file from here. The compressed file contains:
All older releases of Mulan are available from the Sourceforge website.
The development version of Mulan contains the latest bug fixes and new features that are still under development.
As of October 2014, we are transitioning our repository to git. The project can be readily obtained using any git client.
Git does not come preinstalled in most operating systems. However, its installation is fairly easy, using the system's package manager on Linux Systems, or by downloading straight from git's website on OS X and Windows systems.
In order to get the Mulan code, you simply run the command
SourceTree is an intuitive, easy-to-use git GUI client for Windows and OS X.
The walkthrough that is presented here is based on Eclipse Luna. There is no need for any user credentials for accessing the Git server since anonymous access is available. On the other hand you will need credentials if you intend to commit your code into the Git repository.
Open Eclipse and select Import > Git > Projects from Git. Select Next.
Select Clone URI and press Next.
In the URI field, enter the following link: https://git.code.sf.net/p/mulan/gitcode
In case you are a committer to the project, in order to commit, you have to check out with your credentials. This means completing your credentials in the relevant fields, under the Authentication category.
When you are finished, select Next.
Select the branches you want to clone (select master for latest changes) and the location you want the repository to be cloned to. Press Next.
Wait for the process to finish. (this may take a while)
When completed, you will be asked what to do with the project. Select Import existing projects.
Click finish and you have your own copy of the Mulan repository.
For a short period of time, we will also have Subversion available. Below are few examples.
Modern Linux distributions already come with Subversion either pre-installed or easily installed via the package manager of the distribution. If this is not the case, or if you are using Windows, you can download an appropriate client.
A checkout of the current developer version of Mulan looks like this:
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/mulan/code/trunk mulan-code
TortoiseSVNTortoiseSVN is a neatly integrated SVN client for windows.
The example shown here uses Eclipse Juno to check out the most up-to-date version of Mulan. There is no need for any user credentials for accessing the SVN server since anonymous access is available. On the other hand you will need credentials if you intend to commit your code into the SVN repository.Requirements: