Windows download has been tested in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, but it might work in other versions as well.
Linux downloads have been tested in the given OS versions, but they might work in other versions as well, or even in other distributions.
In the case that you want or need to compile SUPER from its sources, you will need to download those sources first. You can download SUPER 0.5.1 sources in zip or in tar.gz. You can also clone the Git repository by running:
git clone https://github.com/SUPERAndroidAnalyzer/super.git
Once you clone or download+decompress the source code in a folder and move to it, you will need to compile it. This is really easy to do, but you will need Rust/Cargo to be installed in your system. You can install it with the instructions provided in rustup.rs. Once installed, compiling SUPER is as simple as running the following:
cargo build --release
This will create
target/release/super, which will be the executable that you will be able to
Note that if you are compiling SUPER in Windows, you will need to add an extra flag to the compiler to avoid strange characters in the shell. To compile SUPER in Windows, use this command:
cargo build --release --features no-color