There are various ways to download Zeal, depending on which operating system you use, and whether you want to use pre-compiled binary, or build it yourself from source code.
A 32-bit version for Windows is available in form of installable package (MSI) or as a portable edition.
For a real cutting edge experience you can try continuous integration builds. They are automatically created on every change in our Git repository. Keep in mind that CI builds are not intended for every day use and they will crash even more than stable releases. You have been warned!
Prebuilt packages are provided for variety of Linux distributions.
Some of the packages are maintained by Zeal developers, while others are courtesy of independent contributors.
In case your favourite distribution is missing from the list, please, open an issue ticket in our
Arch Linux users can easily obtain Zeal from AUR. There are two packages available:
zeal provides the latest stable release,
zeal-git builds unstable source code from our Git repository.
Install the official Zeal package for Gentoo:
# emerge app-doc/zealView Gentoo package
Zeal is part of the official openSUSE software repositories.View openSUSE package
A SlackBuild script is available for users of Slackware 14.1.View SlackBuilds.org
Ubuntu users can enjoy our own PPA repository. Run the following commands to add the PPA to your system:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:zeal-developers/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install zeal
appmenu-qt5package Zeal main menu might be missing on desktop environments other than Unity. A simple solution is to remove
appmenu-qt5package from your system.
Complete source code is available on GitHub. To build Zeal follow instruction in the