Packages for Fedora, RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux, OpenSuSE, Debian and Ubuntu are available through the Open Build Service (releases, nightly builds). Many distributions also ship either build recipes (Gentoo) or ready-made packages (Arch, Mageia,...). Please be advised that the packages shipped by third parties might be very outdated.
Prebuilt binaries for Windows are provided by Christian Degenkolb.
The code is hosted by the KDE project. You can obtain your local copy by running following command:
$ git clone git://anongit.kde.org/trojita
Alternatively, if you don't feel like working with git, you can download this archive with the latest revision of the master branch.
You will need the development version of these packages if you are building yourself.
Go to the directory created by Git (or unpacked from the archive) and run:
$ mkdir _build; cd _build
$ cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debug ..
$ make -j4
$ ctest -j 4 --output-on-failure
After successful compilation, you can run Trojitá from the build directory:
Previously, Trojitá was using Redmine for bug tracking, and some of the bugs are still tracked in the old tracker.
There's a mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org, archived by GMane. To subscribe, write a mail to email@example.com, posts from addresses which are not subscribed have to wait for moderation. The issue tracker or the mailing list is the preferred way for reporting bugs and requesting features, while the IRC channel works well for general questions. You can also of course mail the author directly.
If you happen to like Trojita and would like to express your liking in cash, the project accepts donations over SourceForge/PayPal.