The Davinci Source is the source code for compiling your own davinci. There are several dependencies which must be met. They are listed on the Compiling Davinci page where links to where to get them are available too. All of the latest versions of davinci will be deposited on this page. These are stable versions and will contain the most up to date files possible. Make sure to take a look at the Davinci Cheat Sheet for some quick references after you install davinci. Also make sure to look at the Tips and Tricks page for some useful davinci features and commands. Finally take a look at the Installation FAQ if you run into any problems while installing your copy of davinci.
Please see Compiling Davinci for help compiling on Mac OSX 10.4.X and on a Linux installation
Please see the Known Issues page where we call out some demons that might torment you during installation.
Current Davinci Version: 2.10
The Davinci Library is a set of files containing all of the specified User Defined Functions that are shown in the DavinciWiki. These files are ".dvrc" files which are loaded into davinci by the source command. While each individual user defined function has its source code attached to it, this is a repository for all of the user defined functions. They are grouped by the task for which they are designed to be used, not unlike the Function Categories page.
Separate downloads were not created for each file. A single .tar file was created which can easily be extracted using several different programs. A description of each file contained has been listed below. In addition to this each file has a list of the functions it contains at the top of the document. To source the file automatically simply create a ".dvrc" file in your home directory and type source("your_file.dvrc"), where "your_file" is the name and path of the file to source. See the Tutorial, User's Guide, and the Davinci Cheat Sheet for more help.
Below is a sample dvrc file that can be used as a .dvrc file in the user's home directory. This file sets up environment variables (paths to examples and scripts, operating systems) along with sourcing the user's default dvrc files and loads modules. See the Tips and Tricks page for more details on input options to davinci.