Gnuastro’s source code can be downloaded in two ways. As a tarball, ready to be configured and installed on your system (as described in Quick start), see Release tarball. If you want official releases of stable versions this is the best, easiest and most common option. Alternatively, you can clone the version controlled history of Gnuastro, run one extra bootstrapping step and then follow the same steps as the tarball. This will give you access to all the most recent work that will be included in the next release along with the full project history. The process is thoroughly introduced in Version controlled source.
|• Release tarball:||Download a stable official release.|
|• Version controlled source:||Get and use the version controlled source.|