Geeklog Source Repository


Anonymous Access

The Geeklog source code can be checked out anonymously from our Git repository at GitHub:

For detailed instructions, see our Wiki page: Using GitHub.

You can also browse the Geeklog source code by pointing your web browser to the above URL of the Geeklog Git Repository.


Geeklog requires PEAR for some functions, e.g. to send emails. If you don't have PEAR installed on your webserver, download the following zip file and unpack it inside your /path/to/geeklog/system/pear directory:

Please note that Geeklog versions pulled from the Git repository may require more or other PEAR packages than the official releases. The above zip file should include all you need for the current development version.

Nightly Tarball

If you don't want to check out the sources yourself, a nightly tarball is available from:

CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE. For more information see: Geeklog has Switched to GitHub

The Nightly Tarball already includes the required PEAR classes and can be installed just like a normal Geeklog release.

General Notes

The developers try to keep the repository in a working state. However, this may not always be the case. Also, it is not recommended to mix files from the repository with previously released versions unless you know exactly what you're doing.

If you're interested in keeping up with Geeklog development, we recommend you subscribe to the geeklog-devel and geeklog-cvs mailing lists.