You can access an up-to-date read-only archive of mrTools using subversion:
svn checkout https://cbi.nyu.edu/svn/mrTools/trunk mrTools
Once you have used checkout to get the repository, you can get updates whenever you want to by doing:
The current directory must be 'mrTools', when you want to update.
See the commit logs for what has changed recently.
We recommend using subversion (see here for a quick primer) if at all possible (so that you can easily stay on top of the many improvements to the code we continue to make). Mac OS 10.5-7 comes with subversion preinstalled. The latest versions of Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion) does not have svn preinstalled. You can install svn by installing the latest Xcode (make sure that you have checked the option to install the command line tools to get svn - if you already have Xcode installed, but svn is not installed, go to Xcode > Preferences > Downloads > Command Line Tools > Install). You will also need to have Xcode installed if you need to recompile mgl. For non-mac users, you can install svn directly from the subversion website. If you are really unable to get subversion, you can download mrTools.tar.gz which contains a current version of the code. It should just open by clicking on it. If not, from a command line, you should be able to do:
gunzip mrtools.tar.gz tar xfv mrtools.tar
Once you have downloaded, see Getting Started for installation instructions.
If you have an old svn repository that you downloaded from http://yoyodyne.cns.nyu.edu/svn/mrTools/trunk, then you can switch to the new repository by cd'ing to your mrTools directory and running:
svn switch --relocate http://yoyodyne.cns.nyu.edu/svn/mrTools/trunk http://cbi.nyu.edu/svn/mrTools/trunk
If you have problems downloading with svn because your institution has a proxy server, you might have to let subversion know about it. Have a look at download_with_proxy-server for details on how to set this up.