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All new development happens in the korge repository:

You can fork the repository, make changes and create a PR proposing them.


You can build korge with:

git clone
cd korge
./gradlew publishToMavenLocal

This publishes all the libraries with the version 999.0.0.999 in the ~/.m2 folder.

To make compilation faster, you can add org.gradle.parallel=true to your ~/.gradle/ file (crete it if it doesn’t exist).

Using korge-next in a KorGE project

To use korge-next in a KorGE project, just build and publish it locally and replace your version with 999.0.0.999.


Did you find something wrong, misleading or confusing? Or just want to add more content to the documentation?

In order to make it easier to contribute, each page of the documentation contains a Suggest Change / Typo, so you can propose a change.

All the documentation is hosted at github using github pages and jekyll:

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