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 The standard library comes as a collection of public repositories on [[http://​www.github.com/​SacBase|github/​SacBase]]. The standard library comes as a collection of public repositories on [[http://​www.github.com/​SacBase|github/​SacBase]].
  
-As a **minimum** you should consider getting the //core// stdlib, either in binary form or as source code from [[http://​www.github.com/​SacBase/​Stdlib|SacBase/​Stdlib]].+As a **minimum** you should consider getting the //core// stdlib, either in binary form ([[http://​github.com/​SacBase/​Stdlib/​releases|SacBase/​Stdlib/​releases]]) ​or as source code from [[http://​www.github.com/​SacBase/​Stdlib|SacBase/​Stdlib]].
  
 In the case of the source code, you'll have to check out the latest versions of the the ''​stdlib''​ repository and possibly further repositories from ''​SacBase'',​ you need to [[download:​building:​stdlib|build and install the standard library]]. In the case of the source code, you'll have to check out the latest versions of the the ''​stdlib''​ repository and possibly further repositories from ''​SacBase'',​ you need to [[download:​building:​stdlib|build and install the standard library]].
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 If you are curious about the details on where the built modules are actually stored or on how platform dependent versions are created and kept apart you can read up about [[download:​details:​sbi|cross compilation and the SBI (SaC Binary Interface)]]. ​ If you are curious about the details on where the built modules are actually stored or on how platform dependent versions are created and kept apart you can read up about [[download:​details:​sbi|cross compilation and the SBI (SaC Binary Interface)]]. ​
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