Jsi source and documentation is version-controlled using fossil.
Once you have the source you can build jsish using these build directions.
The Files directory lets you download a zip or tarball of the latest source.
To get a source archive for specific releases, see Tags.
To simplify keeping current, you can pull down the Jsi fossil repository as follows:
fossil clone http://jsish.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/jsi jsi.fossil mkdir jsi cd jsi fossil open ../jsi.fossil cd jsi
To get the fossil application:
- If on Ubuntu try "apt-get install fossil", or
- Get it from http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/uv/download.html
In a pinch you can find some releases in http://sourceforge.net/projects/jsish/files/.
However, only a few releases are available this way, as Jsi source is now actually managed via fossil.
You can download a binary for Linux or Windows from http://sourceforge.net/projects/jsish/files/.
This is the fastest way to give jsish a test drive without having to build anything. But it is also the least flexible.
caveat: Binaries have no readline support. Although on Linux you can run with: rlwrap jsish to get command-line editing.