The Eric Python IDE

Getting the eric5 code

Eric5 uses Mercurial (hg) for managing its code.

eric5 code

Assuming you have Mercurial installed, the following command in a terminal will fetch the most recent code for you:

hg clone http://die-offenbachs.homelinux.org:48888/hg/eric5

After you got the eric5 code you have to run the 'compileUiFiles.py' script in order to convert the forms files (*.ui) to valid Python code.

Stable and snapshot releases of eric5 are available at the eric download page

eric5 plugins code

In order to get the code of the various plugins, enter the following command in a terminal:

hg clone http://die-offenbachs.homelinux.org:48888/hg/eric5plugins/<path of the plugin>

To see the available plugin paths please follow the link below to the eric5 repositories.

Stable and snapshot releases of the eric5 plugins are available at the eric download page

Getting the eric4 code

Eric4 uses Subversion (svn) for managing its code.

eric4 code

Assuming you have Subversion installed, the following command in a terminal will fetch the most recent code for you:

svn co http://die-offenbachs.homelinux.org:48888/svn/eric4repository/eric4/trunk/

After you got the eric4 code you have to run the 'compileUiFiles.py' script in order to convert the forms files (*.ui) to valid Python code.

Stable and snapshot releases of eric4 are available at the eric download page

eric4 plugins code

In order to get the code of the various plugins, enter the following command in a terminal:

svn co http://die-offenbachs.homelinux.org:48888/svn/eric4pluginrepository/<name of the plugin>/trunk

To see the available plugin names please follow the link below to the plugin repository.

Stable and snapshot releases of the eric4 plugins are available at the eric download page

Browsing the code online

See the full code via a Web interface.