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Jode is available in the download area in source or binary form. For compiling the source code, you need several other packages, check the links page. You need a unix like environment for compilation.
The simplest way to get it, especially for non unix users, is in precompiled form, though. There are two jar archives in the download area:
You can get the latest sources from the CVS
repository. Follow the instruction on that page; use
jode as modulename. If you want to checkout a
specific version you can use the
-r jode_1_0_93: checks out the version 1.0.93
-r branch_1_1: checks out the latest version in the 1.1 series.
To build the sources from CVS change to the main directory where
configure.in file resides and run
aclocal && automake -a && autoconf
Afterwards follow the instruction in the INSTALL file.