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How to get it

From 2016, the CAPRI model was made more accessible to the scientific community by the provision of supported stable releases. The stable releases are tagged and “frozen” versions of the model that can be referenced to and that will not ever change. Clearly, there is no such thing as bug-free software. Nevetheless, the release versions have been subjected to extensive testing, ensuring that all supported features technically work, and where many known issues are documented.

Developers in the CAPRI network can access the releases using the CAPRI SVN system. The releases are stored in the directory capri/tags.

Users without a login to the CAPRI SVN system can follow the instructions on the model home page to obtain a link by e-mail for download.

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