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System Requirements

  • All Systems
    • At least 1GB of ram
    • At least 200mb of free (uncompressed) disk space
  • Windows Systems
    • Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 or newer
    • 32bit build: x86 CPU with SSE2 instruction support
    • 64bit build: x86-64 CPU with AVX instruction support
  • Linux Systems
    • Reasonably modern 64bit Linux Distribution (32bit is NOT and will never be supported)
    • x86-64 CPU with SSE2 instruction support
    • GTK2 2.24 or GTK3 3.22+
    • GLib 2.22 or higher
    • Pango 1.14 or higher
    • libstdc++ 4.6.1 or higher

Downloads

Current release is version N/A

Windows Systems: 32bit Installer | 64bit Installer
Linux Systems: 64bit tarball (GTK2) | 64bit tarball (GTK3)

Unstable (in development) builds

Warning: Using unstable builds may result in crashes, loss of data, and in semi-rare cases your computer spontaneously leaking vast amounts of high energy gamma radiation resulting in your microwave merging with your washing machine and consuming your cat, dog, or other beloved pets. If you don't have any pets then you may want to look again because you might have one now due to a reverse quantum transposition from a parallel universe. In other words, these builds are unstable, use with caution.

Current unstable is version 6891

Windows Systems: 32bit Installer
Linux Systems: 64bit tarball (GTK2)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the first/next release?
    • When it is done.
  • Why hasn't the initial unstable build checked and popped up for an update?
    • Because someone didn't check and flip the preference app.update.enabled. You can manually check via Help > About or flip the pref and the next unstable will have this fixed.
  • How do I install on Linux?
    • Extract the linux tarball to a user writable location or chmod 777 in the desired location in order for the internal updater to be able to write to the "install location" when updating. Other than that it doesn't particularly matter where it is on the system. Though, one should not be relocating it on a regular basis.
      THIS IS NOT A PORTABLE INSTALL! The application data such as the profile will be stored in the current user's home directory.
  • Will there be a portable version?
    • No, not at this time.

Release Notes

No Release Notes, yet.

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