The Github repositories give access to the source code of all releases. In the development repo you can fetch the bleeding edge sources.
There are three respositories available.
|Version 8||https://github.com/martin-pe/maitreya8||Current release and development|
|Version 7||https://github.com/martin-pe/maitreya7||Old stable release|
|Version 6||https://github.com/martin-pe/maitreya6||Legacy release, still included in some older Linux or UNIX distributions|
Open a shell and checkout the sources. The following example command will checkout the head of maitreya7 to the local directory maitreya.git.
git clone https://github.com/martin-pe/maitreya8.git maitreya.git
A git client must be installed on your machine.
Open the URL (see above). You can download a zip file of the sources.
The file releases can be found under the "releases" link on top of the repository overview table.
There is an issue list with known and solved bugs on github, see https://github.com/martin-pe/maitreya8/issues.