Binary packages are available for these operating systems:
- Alore 0.7.0 installer for Windows 7/Vista/XP
- Alore 0.7.0 binary packages for Ubuntu
- Alore 0.7.0 binaries for OS X
Alore is also available as a source package:
It is easy to compile Alore from sources. In a Unix-like operating system:
$ tar xzfv alore-src-x.y.z.tar.gz $ cd alore-x.y.z $ ./configure && make $ sudo make install
(Note that you need a C compiler for building Alore.)
See also the README.txt file in the distribution.
Editor support and syntax highlighting
Syntax highlighting for Alore files can be added to many popular text editors and other tools. See the relevant wiki page for up-to-date information.
Ubuntu binary packages
Install Ubuntu packages from a PPA repository (Ubuntu 10.04, 10.10 and 11.04 are supported):
- Add the Alore PPA to your system:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jukkaleh/ppa $ sudo apt-get update
- Install Alore:
$ sudo apt-get install alore
Mac OS X binary package
Instructions for installing Alore binaries for Mac OS X:
- Download alore-bin-osx-0.7.0.tar.gz.
- Extract the package using sudo under / (replace DIR with
the directory containing the .tar.gz file):
$ cd / $ sudo tar xzf DIR/alore-bin-osx-0.7.0.tar.gzThis creates files and directories under /usr/local/alore.
- Add /usr/local/alore/bin to your PATH.
- To remove Alore, just remove /usr/local/alore and its contents.
Alore is free for both commercial and non-commercial use, and can be included in commercial products. Alore is distributed under the terms of the OSI-approved MIT License.
Alore has been known to work in the following operating systems:
- Windows (7, Vista and XP; currently 32-bit builds are supported using the free MinGW development environment)
- Linux (several distributions; both 32-bit and 64-bit)
- Mac OS X (10.6)
- FreeBSD (32-bit)
- Solaris (32-bit)
Please let the developers know if you successfully use Alore in an operating system not mentioned in the above list.
Selected previous Alore releases are available here.