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Latest releases:
Latest releases:
* 25/02/2018 : '''iCub-1.15.0''', requires '''YARP-3.3.2'''
* 25/02/2018 : '''iCub-1.15.0''', requires '''YARP-3.3.2'''. Require CMake 3.12 (see https://github.com/robotology/QA/issues/364).
Previous releases:
Previous releases:

Revision as of 18:07, 27 February 2020

Latest releases:

Previous releases:

  • 22/10/2018 : iCub-1.12.0, requires YARP-3.1.0
  • 12/02/2018 : iCub-1.10.0, requires YARP-2.3.72
  • 15/06/2017 : iCub-1.8.0, requires YARP-2.3.70
  • 29/11/2016 : iCub-1.6.0, requires YARP-2.3.68
  • 01/06/2016 : iCub-1.4.0, requires YARP-2.3.66
  • 18/06/2015 : iCub-1.1.16, requires YARP-2.3.64
  • 18/07/2014 : iCub-1.1.15, requires YARP-2.3.63
  • 06/08/2013 : iCub-1.1.13, requires YARP-2.3.22
  • 10/07/2013 : iCub-1.1.12, requires YARP-2.3.21
  • 04/03/2013 : YARP 2.3.20 binaries for windows 64bits
  • 7/12/2012 : iCub-1.1.11, requires YARP-2.3.20 (support for Visual Studio 11)
  • iCub-1.1.10, requires YARP-2.3.19

The iCub software requires that you install YARP first. YARP binaries are available here: http://www.yarp.it/installation_downloads.html


Important: to develop code using precompiled binaries packages have to match the compiler you use, make sure you download and install the correct version (i.e. MSVC12 x86 for Visual Studio 2013 32 bit, MSVC14/15 amd64 for Visual Studio 2015/2017 64 bit etc.).

If in doubt about the version number of your copy of Visual Studio, find the internal version number shown for it in this version history table.

iCub 1.15.0 and YARP 3.3.2 (from Robotology Superbuild) Binaries (full install) Binaries (dependency only) Sources
amd64 amd64 amd64 icub-main-src-1.15.0.zip


Binaries for Linux are available for Debian and Ubuntu with aptitude (see: Installation from pre-compiled binaries)


You can download individual .deb packages from Github:

iCub: https://github.com/robotology/icub-main/releases

Old Releases

In the past we moved from Sourceforge to GitHub, so some old releases can be found here: