All
 
These tarballs and packages contain everything related with the GAMGI project. Tarballs include code, documentation and data. Packages include executable, documentation and data.

The tarballs contain exactly the same files as the corresponding code, documentation and data tarballs combined. The packages contain exactly the same files as the corresponding executable, documentation and data packages combined.

Tarballs marked gamgi-all-#g.tar.gz require the GTKGLExt library, while tarballs marked gamgi-all-#x.tar.gz do not need this library, using only the GLX library, automatically available with any OpenGL library for the X Window System. Apart from this technical difference, the two versions, g and x, work exactly in the same way.

File checksums are available here. Older files are available by FTP. Releases marked exp do exactly the same as normal releases, but do not require the GtkGLExt library to work. They are under test and may need some polishing, so they are marked experimental.

gamgi-all-0.17.1g.tar.gz 2,472 K 07-04-2014
gamgi-all-0.17.1x.tar.gz 2,472 K 07-04-2014
Packages
 
Many thanks to Josef Radinger, for preparing these packages for Fedora.
Fedora 19 Fedora 18 Fedora 17 Fedora 16
Code
 
These tarballs and packages contain source code only. They are recommended for quick upgrades, for example to remove bugs, when changing data and documentation is not needed.

File checksums are available here. Older files are available by FTP.

gamgi-src-0.17g.tar.gz 1,080 K24-12-2013
gamgi-src-0.17x.tar.gz 1,081 K 24-12-2013
Documentation
 
These tarballs and packages contain documentation only, including all the help files. They are recommended to update documentation, including help files that GAMGI reads automatically, without having to change the executable.

File checksums are available here. Older files are available by FTP.

gamgi-doc-0.17.tar.gz 510 K 24-12-2013
Data
 
These tarballs and packages contain only object and configuration files that GAMGI can run out-of-the-box, which can be used as examples or templates. They are recommended to increase access to pre-defined atomic structures, without having to download code or documentation.

File checksums are available here. Older files are available by FTP.

gamgi-dat-0.17.tar.gz 862 K24-12-2013
Fonts
 
Since version 0.14.3, GAMGI is using DeJaVu TrueType fonts, instead of the original Bitstream Vera fonts, as these are being deprecated in most Linux distributions, due to their lack of support for non-western languages. DejaVu fonts are derived from Bistream Vera fonts, and are also distributed under a free License.

For size reasons, these fonts are not included in the GAMGI distribution. Although these fonts come with most Linux distributions, they might not be available for all systems, so they are provided in the file below, for convenience. For size reasons, this file includes only the DeJaVu fonts specifically used by GAMGI.

To make these fonts visible to GAMGI, just point the environment variable GAMGI_TEXT to the directory where these ttf files are. For example, if these fonts are in /usr/share/fonts/dejavu, just add this line to file ~/.bashrc (or ~/.profile, in some systems): GAMGI_TEXT=/usr/share/fonts/dejavu; export GAMGI_TEXT

File checksums are available here. Older files are available by FTP.

dejavu-ttf-2.30.tar.gz 2506 K 22-11-2009
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