Development is on the "dev" branch (and feature branches). Please make any pull requests to the "dev" branch.
This is the repository for the open source version of Event Store, which now includes the clustering implementation for high availability. Further information on commercial support and options such as LDAP authentication can be found on the Event Store website at http://geteventstore.com.
Binaries are available from http://geteventstore.com, however if you want to build it from source, instructions for Windows and Linux are below.
- .NET Framework v4.0+
- Windows platform SDK with compilers (v7.1) or Visual C++ installed
- git on PATH
- svn on PATH
Important note: if you have previously built from source, it's possible you have V8 checked out via git instead of Subversion. If this is the case, you should use the
clean-all target noted below before building again.
From a command prompt:
build.cmd- runs the Event Store build
build.cmd clean-all- cleans the repository
Optional parameters (Specified using
-Version- the semantic version number to give to the release. Defaults to version
0.0.0.0which should be used for all non-released builds.
Windows7.1SDK. Default is to use whichever version is installed - this only needs to be overriden if you have multiple versions installed.
-ForceNetwork- true if you want to force the script to get dependencies even if Windows thinks theres no network connection (otherwise we don't try to avoid sometimes lengthy delays).
-Defines- any additional defines you want to pass to the compiler. Should be enclosed in single quotes
If you want to build from Visual Studio, it's necessary to first build from the
command line in order to build
js1.dll which incorporates V8. When this is
available in the
src\EventStore\Libs\ directory, it is possible to build the
src\EventStore\EventStore.sln solution from within Visual Studio.
When building through Visual Studio, there are PowerShell scripts which run as pre- and post-build tasks on the EventStore.Common project, which set the informational version attribute of the EventStore.Common.dll assembly to the current commit hash on each build and then revert it.
Unfortunately Visual Studio runs these scripts in 32-bit PowerShell. Since it's
most likely that you're running 64-bit PowerShell under normal circumstances,
the execution policy of 32-bit PowerShell will probably prohibit running
scripts. There is a batch file in the root of the repository named
RunMeElevatedFirst.cmd which will set the execution policy for 32-bit
PowerShell if you run it as Administrator. Obviously you may want to audit what
the script does before executing it on your machine!
- git on
- Mono version 3.2.3 or greater on PATH
- svn on
- gcc installed
./build.sh <target> <version> <platform> <configuration>
targetis one of
versionis the semantic version to apply
platform- either x86 or x64 (defaults to x64)
configuration- either debug or release (defaults to release)