How to Get PCGen
PCGen is open-source software available for free under the LGPL License. There are a couple of ways you can get it:
- Stable Download
- Stable Data Sets - New data sets can be installed into an existing version of PCGen
- Alpha/Beta/RC Releases
- Nightly Builds
- Subversion Access
- Roadmap - Find out when you get your next fix!
- PrettyLst - PERL Utility for data coders.
Click on the link suited to your computer below. You can also look at the Full Package for further files such as release notes, sources and SHA values for file integrity checking.
This is the most recent stable or production PCGen Release. [View Older Production Releases]
These are stable data sets that are developed in between stable releases of PCGen but can be installed and used with a stable version of PCGen.
These are development milestone releases designed to display the work in progress on PCGen and for use in testing new features. Use at own risk. Basic functionality is tested before each alpha and beta build though.
Autobuilds are compilations of the PCGen program and data taken direct from our source at regular intervals. They are not manually tested at all prior to upload, but are instead an excellent tool to allow people to test what we are currently working on.
See the Autobuilds page for these downloads.
We use the Subversion service hosted by SourceForge for all our code and data. If you want direct access to the source, see the Subversion usage page