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Download Spark

The latest release of Spark is Spark 1.4.0, released on June 11, 2015 (release notes) (git tag)

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  4. Download Spark:

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Note: Scala 2.11 users should download the Spark source package and build with Scala 2.11 support.

Spark artifacts are hosted in Maven Central. You can add a Maven dependency with the following coordinates:

groupId: org.apache.spark
artifactId: spark-core_2.10
version: 1.4.0

Nightly Packages and Artifacts

Packages are built regularly off of Spark’s master branch and release branches. These provide access to the bleeding-edge of Spark master or the most recent fixes not yet incorporated into a maintenance release. Spark nightly packages are available at:

# Latest master build
http://people.apache.org/~pwendell/spark-nightly/spark-master-bin/latest

# All nightly builds
http://people.apache.org/~pwendell/spark-nightly/

Spark also publishes SNAPSHOT releases of its Maven artifacts for both master and maintenance branches on a nightly basis. To link to a SNAPSHOT you need to add the ASF snapshot repository to your build. Note that SNAPSHOT artifacts are ephemeral and may change or be removed.

# To use these you must add the ASF snapshot repository
# at http://repository.apache.org/snapshots/

groupId: org.apache.spark
artifactId: spark-core_2.10
version: 1.5.0-SNAPSHOT  

Spark Source Code Management

If you are interested in working with the newest under-development code or contributing to Spark development, you can also check out the master branch from Git:

# Master development branch
git clone git://github.com/apache/spark.git

# 1.4 maintenance branch with stability fixes on top of Spark 1.4.0
git clone git://github.com/apache/spark.git -b branch-1.4

Once you’ve downloaded Spark, you can find instructions for installing and building it on the documentation page.

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