Help:Download 0.7.0 - 1.5.6

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This documentation page applies to all SMW versions from 0.7 to 1.5.6.
Other versions: ≥ 1.9.01.7.1 – 1.8.01.6.0 – 1.7.0       Other languages: de

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Semantic MediaWiki can be obtained from various sources. Complete file releases are distributed via the SMW project page on SourceForge, while the current development version can be accessed through MediaWiki's Subversion (SVN) system. See Help:Installation for details on installing SMW.

File releases

Semantic MediaWiki is released more or less regularly as a tarball on SourceForge. Those stable releases are recommended for production use. The current stable release of Semantic MediaWiki can be obtained from the project's download page at SourceForge.

SVN access

SMW releases and current development files can be accessed online via Subversion. The SMW subversion directory shows the current up-to-date content of the development repository. To check out a working copy of the current development files, you can use the following command:

svn checkout http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki/trunk/extensions/SemanticMediaWiki/

Typically this is used directly from within the extension folder of your MediaWiki installation. Of course, a Subversion client needs to be installed for this to work.

Stable releases of SMW can be found in the Subversion directory http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki/tags/extensions/SemanticMediaWiki. This source can be used to install stable versions using SVN instead of downloading archives as described above.

Pre-packaged bundles

You can also download Semantic MediaWiki as part of two different pre-generated packages, that also contain related extensions: SMW+ and Semantic Bundle.