Feel free to download released source code for Kile using one of the links below. If there is a binary package prepared for your Linux distribution, then it is recommended to install that one using the package management system of your distribution. However, if you cannot find a package that matches your system exactly, you can also compile Kile from source. Compilation instructions are available here.
If you want to download the latest (yet unreleased) source code for Kile, you can fetch it from KDE's Git repository. Instructions for checking out the latest source code can be found here.
A list of all packages can also be found on the Files section of the SourceForge project page.
Kile is available for Microsoft Windows thanks to the excellent work of the KDE on Windows initiative. Links to the source code for the libraries bundled in the installer can be found here. The installer also ships with a copy of the hunspell library (thanks to Kåre Särs) and associated dictionaires.
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|3.0 beta 1||Installer for Microsoft Windows (64 bit)||kile-3.0b1-windows-msvc2015_64-cl.exe||4da823a14f368034dd16d69d0ee84e4fce3557df0294d1d200a7ac1ff93bf03e|