Rhino is available for download both in source and compiled form.
Rhino 1.7R2 is the most recent qualified release.
|Release||Release Date||Change log||Download link|
|Rhino 1.7R2||2009-03-22||New in Rhino 1.7R2||rhino1_7R2.zip|
To download older Rhino versions, see the Rhino downloads archive.
Rhino is open source.
See Rhino license for information on Rhino's licensing.
The source code for Rhino is available under MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0 license.
In addition to getting the source from the zip files above, the source code for Rhino can be found in the CVS tree at mozilla/js/rhino. See source code via cvs for details on how to set up CVS, define your CVSROOT, and login. Once you've done that, just execute the command
cvs co mozilla/js/rhino
to get the latest source.
The latest source can also be viewed using LXR at http://lxr.mozilla.org/mozilla/source/js/rhino/.
Rhino uses Ant as its build system. Running
ant command at the top directory of Rhino distribution should print the list of available build targets.