Sakai source code can be checked out anonymously from our SVN repository. The latest development work is located in
/trunk; stable releases can be found in
/tags while maintenance and other work is performed in
Starting with Sakai 2.6, Sakai common services (e.g., authz, content, event, site, tool, user, etc.) have been repackaged and refactored as the Sakai Kernel (K1). In most cases, you will never have to check out the kernel manually as Sakai kernel dependencies are managed by Maven.
Starting with Sakai 10, Kernel code is included when being checked out.
10 release tag
To checkout a stable release tag issue the following svn command from the terminal:
10.x maintenance branch
The latest bug fixes for a particular release can be found in our maintenance branches. Please note that certain maintenance branch fixes require database schema changes. You can check out the maintenance branch by issuing the following command from the terminal: