For more about Elixir, installation and documentation, check Elixir's website.
If you want to contribute to Elixir or run it from source, clone this repository to your machine, compile and test it:
$ git clone https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir.git $ cd elixir $ make clean test
Note: if you are running on Windows, this article includes important notes for compiling Elixir from source on Windows.
If Elixir fails to build (specifically when pulling in a new version via git), be sure to remove any previous build artifacts by running
make clean, then
If tests pass, you are ready to move on to the Getting Started guide or to try Interactive Elixir by running:
bin/iex in your terminal.
However, if tests fail, it is likely you have an outdated Erlang version (Elixir requires Erlang 17.0 or later). You can check your Erlang version by calling
erl in the command line. You will see some information as follows:
Erlang/OTP 17 [erts-6.0] [source-07b8f44] [64-bit] [smp:4:4] [async-threads:10] [hipe] [kernel-poll:false]
If you have the correct version and tests still fail, feel free to open an issue.
Building the documentation requires ex_doc to be installed and built in the same containing folder as elixir.
# After cloning and compiling Elixir $ git clone git://github.com/elixir-lang/ex_doc.git $ cd ex_doc && ../elixir/bin/mix do deps.get, compile $ cd ../elixir && make docs
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Elixir source code is released under Apache 2 License with some parts under Erlang's license (EPL).