SVN updates (for all versions of Tiki) will stop in January 2023. This coincides with when Tiki18 reaches end of life. However, even if you use another version (like Tiki 21x) from SVN, you will stop getting updates because the Git and SVN combined workflow will be retired. You should get your updates from Git. See also: Tiki Version control history.





Get code

This page includes information for obtaining the latest Tiki source code.


There are several methods to download the latest Tiki code.

1.1. Option 1: Using Git

New to Git?
See here: Git
or here: Pro Git Book (CC ND SA 3.0) by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub

Using the clone command (taken from Git clone Tiki)


After a decade of contributions, Tiki history sizes 3GB when decompressed locally. That is too big when several Tiki instances is needed. As of now, two approaches were tested to deal with this problem:

  • Share git objects with other clones
    • git clone --shared --reference= []
  • Trim history size
    • git clone --depth=1


For example to create a clone of branch 21 in a folder named tiki21 without all the history:

Clone and set 21.x into tiki21 folder
git clone --depth=1 --branch=21.x https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki21

Sharing git history

That is a good approach to developers needing to have the full Tiki history, but without waste network bandwidth or disk space. Git is capable to borrow information from other local clone when creating a new clone. This reduces the network usage while cloning and reduces disk usage to maintain several Tiki instances.

Information sharing is set by using the option --reference= and the option --shared , where is another clone made before.

The first step is to create a standard Tiki clone, like the example below.

Clone into tikiwiki folder
git clone https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tikiwiki


Then, other clones can be created by borrowing the information from the clone above.

Clone and set master into tikimaster folder
git clone --branch=master --reference=./tikiwiki --shared https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tikimaster

Clone and set 21.x into tiki21 folder
git clone --branch=21.x --reference=./tikiwiki --shared https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki21

Clone and set 18.x into tiki18 folder
git clone --branch=18.x --reference=./tikiwiki --shared https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki18

Clone and set 15.x into tiki15 folder
git clone --branch=15.x --reference=./tikiwiki --shared https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki15

Trimming git history

Another available to reduce disk and network usage is the --depth= , where is the number of history entries desired to bring. This approach may not be so good to Tiki development, because the change history is not available. But it is good to keep track of file state when installing Tiki in a server.

Clone into tiki18 folder with 1 commit in history
git clone --branch=18.x --depth=1 https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki18

Clone into tiki18 folder with 2 commits in history
git clone --branch=18.x --depth=2 https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki.git tiki18


On the examples above, just the last commits of branch 18.x will be available on local repository. All other information about branches and tags will not exist on local repository.

It is possible to have a cloned repository with the last commits of each branch available. This is done by passing --no-single-branch to clone command.



Commit your code

Pre-release packages (zip files)

Bit of History

Converting an FTP install

Tiki Manager (formerly known as TRIM)

For managing multiple, independent Tiki installations. Please see TRIM

Amazon Machine Image (AMI) for EC2

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud - Amazon Web Services. Please see: EC2

Errors

If you encounter errors while trying the above, see Composer

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