Downloads

Calcite is released as a source artifact, and also through Maven.

Source releases

Release Date Commit Download
1.9.0 22 Sep 2016 08c56b1 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.8.0 13 Jun 2016 aeb6bf1 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.7.0 22 Mar 2016 8eebfc6 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.6.0 22 Jan 2016 c4d346b tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.5.0 10 Nov 2015 ba6e43c tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.4.0-incubating 02 Sep 2015 0c0c203d tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.3.0-incubating 30 May 2015 495f1859 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.2.0-incubating 07 Apr 2015 d60f2aa tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.1.0-incubating 13 Mar 2015 f10ea367 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
1.0.0-incubating 31 Jan 2015 2dd83f2 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
0.9.2-incubating 05 Nov 2014 0404fd23 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
0.9.1-incubating 02 Oct 2014 68012573 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
0.9.0-incubating 19 Aug 2014 45e5269b tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)
0.8 27 Jun 2014 3da850a1 tar (digest pgp)
zip (digest pgp)

Choose a source distribution in either tar or zip format, and verify using the corresponding pgp signature (using the committer file in KEYS). If you cannot do that, use the digest file to check that the download has completed OK.

For fast downloads, current source distributions are hosted on mirror servers; older source distributions are in the archive or incubator archive. If a download from a mirror fails, retry, and the second download will likely succeed.

For security, hash and signature files are always hosted at Apache.

Maven artifacts

Add the following to the dependencies section of your pom.xml file:

<dependencies>
  <dependency>
    <groupId>org.apache.calcite</groupId>
    <artifactId>calcite-core</artifactId>
    <version>1.9.0</version>
  </dependency>
</dependencies>

Also include <dependency> elements for any extension modules you need: calcite-mongodb, calcite-spark, calcite-splunk, and so forth.