The following links will take you to the SourceForge download web site to download the latest release. Most users will want the .tar.gz file, but Debian Linux users (including Ubuntu users) may find the .deb package more convenient.
A major new version of VuFind is currently under construction. While 2.0 is being built, the stable 1.x line is still being maintained, so there are several different sources for bleeding-edge code.
You can also get the latest 1.x code from the SourceForge Subversion Repository. Development code is not guaranteed to be 100% stable, but it may contain features not yet available in official releases.
svn export https://vufind.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vufind/trunk /usr/local/vufindTo learn more about Subversion, see our Subversion documentation. This is recommended reading if you plan on making significant customizations to the software!
You can get the work-in-progress 2.0 code from the SourceForge Git Repository. This code is currently unstable and subject to frequent changes, but it may be of interest to advanced VuFind developers.the wiki.
Although NOT INTENDED FOR PRODUCTION USE, the following releases give a preview of how VuFind 2.0 will behave when it is released. The underlying architecture is still subject to significant change as development proceeds.
VuFind is developed and maintained by Villanova University's Falvey Memorial Library.