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Running Clean on Linux is a little different than running Clean on Clean on Windows or on a Clean on Mac. First of all, there is no IDE available, which means that you have to manage your projects using command line tools.
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Running Clean on Linux is a little different than running Clean on Clean on Windows or on a Clean on Mac. First of all, there is no IDE available, which means that you have to manage your projects using command line tools. The primary tool to run Clean on Linux is <tt>clm</tt>. This is a small wrapper tool around the compiler which checks which files have changed and need to be (re)compiled. It is basically a Clean-specific make replacement.
  
The primary tool to run Clean on Linux is <tt>clm</tt>. This is a small wrapper tool around the compiler which checks which files have changed and need to be (re)compiled. It is basically a Clean-specific make replacement.
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Additionally, there is a walkthrough available for compiling [[Clean2.2 on 64bit Xubuntu]].
 
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There is a walkthrough available for compiling [[Clean2.2 on 64bit Xubuntu]].
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Revision as of 11:10, 20 July 2010

Clean is available for multiple platforms and processors.

Windows

Latest stable release

Clean 2.2 with IDE and libraries (Intel, 32bit) Clean2.2.zip
Clean 2.2 with IDE and libraries (Intel, 64bit) Clean2.2_64.zip


Linux

Latest stable release

Clean 2.2 with libraries (Intel, 32bit) Clean2.2.tar.gz
Clean 2.2 with libraries (Intel, 64bit) Clean2.2_64.tar.gz

Running Clean on Linux is a little different than running Clean on Clean on Windows or on a Clean on Mac. First of all, there is no IDE available, which means that you have to manage your projects using command line tools. The primary tool to run Clean on Linux is clm. This is a small wrapper tool around the compiler which checks which files have changed and need to be (re)compiled. It is basically a Clean-specific make replacement.

Additionally, there is a walkthrough available for compiling Clean2.2 on 64bit Xubuntu.


Mac

Latest stable release

Clean 2.2 with IDE and libraries (PowerPC, 32bit) Clean2.2.zip


Source code

Windows and Mac Complete sources Clean2.2Sources.zip
Linux Complete sources Clean2.2Sources.tgz
Linux A distribution to bootstrap from intermediate ABC files. Does not contain all sources. See above releases. Clean2.2_boot.tar.gz


Older releases

You can view the Release History of older releases.

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