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Genshi is made available under the BSD license.
If you have a recent version of Setuptools installed, you can directly install Genshi using the easy_install command-line tool:
This downloads and installs the latest version of the Genshi package.
See Installing Genshi for detailed installation instructions.
Latest Release: 0.5
Note: all the files listed below are also available via FTP
The following archives contain the source code, comprehensive documentation, as well as other resources. Consult the Genshi Installation page for installation instructions.
The following downloads are prebuilt Python Eggs for specific platforms and Python versions. They do not include any documentation.
|Linux i686||Python 2.3||Genshi-0.5-py2.3-linux-i686.egg||MD5|
|Linux i686||Python 2.4||Genshi-0.5-py2.4-linux-i686.egg||MD5|
|Linux i686||Python 2.5||Genshi-0.5-py2.5-linux-i686.egg||MD5|
|Linux x86-64||Python 2.5||Genshi-0.5-py2.5-linux-x86_64.egg||MD5|
|Mac OS X||Python 2.4||Genshi-0.5-py2.4-macosx-10.3-fat.egg||MD5|
|Mac OS X (Intel)||Python 2.5||Genshi-0.5-py2.5-macosx-10.5-i386.egg||MD5|
The following downloads are binary platform-specific installers. They do not include the documentation.
Older Stable Releases
Older releases can be found here.
Note: that prior to version 0.3, the Genshi project was still called “Markup”. The older packages still use that name.
Latest Development Source Code
We use Subversion for source revision control and code sharing.
The Subversion repository URL for the Genshi project is at:
The latest revision can be checked out with the following command:
svn co http://svn.edgewall.org/repos/genshi/trunk genshi
(Alternatively, you can use https for an encrypted connection, which also helps getting around clueless firewalls that haven't heard of WebDAV yet.)
If you have a recent version of Setuptools installed, you can just do: