I am in the process of getting started with opendaylight project. I am trying to get latest stable code base to download. How to do I point to a specific version/build of source code.
If you're looking to develop code, you'll want to pull the latest via git. The wiki describes how to do this quite clearly.
If you just want the latest build, you can download it via the Integration team's Jenkins jobs. This would be the quickest way to run the controller, poke at it and such.
If you want the most stable code possible, you'll want to grab our most recent release (Hydrogen).
As a part of some other work I'm doing for ODL, I've built a pretty sweet script that can get you the latest stable build (via integration team job), confirm you have the required dependencies, and start ODL. Download this script, then run it with
./cbench.sh -i to install ODL, or
./cbench.sh -io to install ODL and start it. See
./cbench.sh -h for additional options.
Hi, I am not sure if this thread is still active or not. I am working on Opendaylight Hydrogen version still and I need to work on the source code. I downloaded the stable version of it bit while compiling many of its modules do not compile . Is there any link or version which compile and works fine?
Hi @sujata_roy , Use git hub for getting source code .
git clone https://github.com/opendaylight/integ...
git checkout stable/lithium (checkout the required version)
If you need hydrogen source code, checkout stable/hydrogen. You may need to set Proxy settings.
After download , build it using mvn clean install command!
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