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You can get the latest Audacity code from our SVN repository.
Type this at the command line to check out the latest source code from SVN:
svn checkout http://audacity.googlecode.com/svn/audacity-src/trunk/ audacity-read-only
You can also check out a specific tagged release from SVN.
Use the following syntax at the command line to check out a specific tagged release from SVN, for example:
svn checkout http://audacity.googlecode.com/svn/audacity-src/tags/Audacity_2_0_3 audacity-read-only
The SVN repository may also be accessed using GUI and IDE clients or plug-ins. If using GUI or IDE tools, please use the commands indicated in the tool's documentation.
- On Windows, see the file "compile.txt" inside the "Win" folder in the source code. For OS X, see "compile.txt" inside the "Mac" folder in the code.
- Further information can be found in Developer Guide and in our more detailed guides on compiling Audacity for Windows, Mac and GNU/Linux.
- If you are still having difficulties, please ask on the Compiling Audacity board on the Audacity Forum.
The Audacity developers use bugzilla to track bugs and enhancements. To find issues to work on, please view our categorized Bug Lists.
If you are a user reporting a new bug, please e-mail our feedback address.