The lastest official release is the version 0.1.5, released on March 27, 2011:
# gelide-0.1.5.tar.gz (2 MiB)
You can download other releases in the project download area at SourceForge.
You can get the latest source code using Gelide's Git source code repository who is hosted by SourceForge.
To get the lastest source code and prepare it for the building proccess, you have to run in a terminal:
Gelide follows a standard compilation system under GNU/Linux using the make tool.
To compile Gelide, you have to run in a terminal:
Here you have some versions of Gelide packaged for diferent GNU/Linux distributions. We are not
the administrators of this packages, so, please, contact their authors if you find a bugs or a problem.
To compile and run Gelide from sources in addition to the compiling tools for your distribution, you need some additional libraries. In this new version, we have reduced these dependencies:
Here you can get DAT files for some of the preconfigured systems in Gelide. If you find a bug or a problem with these DAT files, please, let us know at [gelide.prj AT gmail DOT com]: