Cheyenne doesn't need to be installed, just download the right executable for your operating system, put it either on your desktop or in a folder and just start using it by editing the httpd.cfg configuration file (Cheyenne will generate a default one when launched for the first time).
The public git repository
is hosted by Github. The cloning command is :
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:dockimbel/cheyenne.git
Sources tarballs of latest commit are also available if you don't want to install a git client:
Automatic binary builds of last commit (untested, use at your own risks!
Last stable: v0.9.20 - 2-Mar-2011
Binaries (built with REBOL v2.7.8)
builds mainly add following features:
- Database C drivers: MySQL 3, Oracle 8 (Windows, Linux), ODBC (Windows)
- Client-side SSL support (not server-side SSL)