FAQ: Where can I download the latest HEAD REVISION of Starling?
Sometimes, you need the absolute bleeding edge head revision of Starling, e.g. because it contains a bug fix or feature that's not in the latest stable version.
You can get that version from Starling's Git repository. The latest version can always be found under the following link: latest-version.zip. Or you visit the page manually and look for the following button:
If you're experienced with Git, there's even a better way. Just clone the latest version like this:
git clone git://github.com/PrimaryFeather/Starling-Framework.git
Then, when you need a new version, just pull the latest changes from the repository. It's that easy!
Warning: The Git repository does not include a compiled SWC file for Starling any longer. That's now only part of stable releases. It's recommended to compile Starling yourself, or to add its "src" directory to your project instead.