Linden Lab Official:Viewer Source Repositories

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The canonical viewer source is in the viewer-release repository; the tags of the form major.minor.patch-release indicate the revisions used to build the default viewer at that release number.

This page documents each viewers currently being made available by Linden Lab (including the default viewer), with information on which repository and changeset was used to build each.

For links to download these viewers, see the official Alternate Viewers page.

Release Channels

The default cohort viewer here is the default provided by the downloads page. The other cohorts are candidates being evaluated to be the next default; all are believed to be stable.

Second Life Release

Cohort Version Repository Changeset Access
default 3e5035dfd8af Public
The canonical viewer source archive
Voice 54a40749dcd6 Public
Updated and improved voice support
Maintenance 99a66fb7c469 Public
A public fork of the Second Life viewer-release code

Project Channels

These are early experimental viewers; they may not yet be even beta quality - use at your own risk

Second Life Project 360 Snapshot

Cohort Version Repository Changeset Access
default b502096c59db Public
A new viewer feature that allows users to capture a 360 degree equirectangular panorama as a JPEG file and save it to your local hard drive. Eventually other existing Snapshot features like "Send to Facebook" or "Send to Flickr" will also be implemented for the panoramic versions.

Second Life Project Alex Ivy

Cohort Version Repository Changeset Access
default 2a37ad0ac7fd Public
Building the viewer with 64 bit support. This means it can use more of the memory in your computer, avoiding many sources of crashes. It may even be faster...