Binary tarballs for all stable releases are provided below. Other installation options are available for the latest stable release on the Install page.
|Version||Release date||Binary tarball links|
|v0.4.3||17 September 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.4.2||3 September 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.4.1||19 August 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.4.0||27 July 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.3.1||3 July 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.3.0||1 June 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.2.2||11 May 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.2.1||30 April 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.2.0||11 April 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.1.3||17 March 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.1.2||04 March 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.1.1||22 February 2020||Linux / macOS|
|v0.1.0||13 February 2020||Linux / macOS|
Binary tarballs require a recent version of their stated platform:
- macOS binary tarballs require macOS 10.14 and later.
- Linux binary tarballs require a glibc-based Linux distribution whose kernel and glibc versions are compatible with Ubuntu Xenial. Glibc-based Linux distributions released mid-2016 or later are likely to be compatible.
Binary tarballs are built for every merge to the main branch on GitHub. These tarballs are not suitable for use in production. Run unstable builds at your own risk.
|Version||Binary tarball links|
|main||Linux / macOS|
The tarballs for other commits on main can be constructed by replacing
latest in the links above with the full 40-character commit hash.