About Inkscape
An Open Source vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Xara X, using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format.

Inkscape supports many advanced SVG features (markers, clones, alpha blending, etc.) and great care is taken in designing a streamlined interface. It is very easy to edit nodes, perform complex path operations, trace bitmaps and much more. We also aim to maintain a thriving user and developer community by using open, community-oriented development.

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Official Releases

Stable release 0.45.1 intended for production use is available:

Source Tarball — .gz See README to install, or CompilingInkscape for troubleshooting help.
Linux Autopackage — .package (See for directions).
Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard — Universal .dmg, Mac OS X Panther — PPC .dmg
Fedora users: Inkscape 0.45 is available for FC-4, FC-5 and FC-6 from Fedora Extras.
Just type:
yum install inkscape
Windows — .exe installer, 7zip

Download any of the above (as well as .sig files and previous releases) at the Sourceforge Downloads page, or through your distro’s update capabilities.

Development Versions

For those wishing to use the latest and greatest “bleeding edge” features and willing to risk more instability, or those wishing to test out the newly added code to help identify and debug problems in the code, access is provided to the development versions. Use at your own risk, and please report bugs you find!

Compiled Packages

If you don’t want to compile the code yourself, use the nightly build for your system:

Mirrored Win32 Builds

Autopackage Builds — See Autopackage Site for directions
ZeroInstall feed — see for more information
Gentoo Dependencies — make sure everything has been compiled by the same version of g++. C++ ABI changed between gcc 3.3 and 3.4
Debian Dependencies — everything is available in the unstable apt repositories.

Mac OS X:
Mac OS X packaged application (.dmg), named by date.

Please note that builds may not be available on days when there are compilation issues for some platforms. Rarely, a build may not run. If you notice either situation, please report ASAP so it can be investigated and fixed.
Source Code Packages

You can also obtain the source code and compile it yourself, in one of several ways:

SVN access via SourceForge

Tarball Snapshots:
Current Source Snapshots
Daniel’s Thrice-Daily CVS Snapshots

Package Signatures

Some of the packages have been signed by the packager. Here is where to find their GPG public keys:
Kees Cook — GPG#17063e6d
Aaron C Spike — GPG#855781ba
Bryce Harrington — GPG#E0E67611

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