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ITK uses git for its version control system. If you are familiar with git, you can find relevant information [[ITK/Source#2._Git|here]] or [[ITK/Git|here]]. If not, continue reading!
ITK uses Git for its version control system. If you are familiar with Git, you can find relevant information [[ITK/Source#2._Git|here]] or [[ITK/Git|here]]. If not, continue reading!


To get the latest ITK source code, you must use git. If you do not have git installed, please install it from your package manager (e.g. sudo apt-get install git). Once you have git installed, it is as easy as typing this command in a terminal window:
To get the latest ITK source code, you must use git. If you do not have git installed, please install it from your package manager:
sudo apt-get install git  


git clone git://itk.org/ITK.git
Once you have git installed, type this command in a terminal window:


This will create an ITK directory and download the latest ITK source code into that directory. ''Step 1: Obtaining'' is now complete!
git clone git://itk.org/ITK.git
 
This will create an ITK directory and download the latest ITK source code into that directory.
 
''Step 1: Obtaining'' is now complete!

Latest revision as of 10:38, 26 July 2013

ITK uses Git for its version control system. If you are familiar with Git, you can find relevant information here or here. If not, continue reading!

To get the latest ITK source code, you must use git. If you do not have git installed, please install it from your package manager:

sudo apt-get install git 

Once you have git installed, type this command in a terminal window:

git clone git://itk.org/ITK.git

This will create an ITK directory and download the latest ITK source code into that directory.

Step 1: Obtaining is now complete!