The latest release is 0.9 (“Astrakhan”).
Or, the canonical git repo is:
$ git clone https://camlistore.googlesource.com/camlistore
Build Camlistore by running this command in the folder you downloaded or checked out:
$ go run make.go
Alternatively, we also distribute “monthly” releases, which we simply regularly build from the master branch of the repository:
Once you’ve successfully built the Camlistore components, you can run the server with:
This will create configuration and public/private
key information in
$HOME/.config/camlistore/ (or where
camtool env configdir points). You can start and stop camlistored as
you see fit.
You’re done setting up! Running camlistored should open a new browser window pointed at your camlistore where you can start uploading and interacting with data.
Developers typically use the
./bin/devcam wrapper to isolate their
test environment from their production instance and to simplify common
development tasks. If you have questions, you can ask the mailing
Previous release notes: