The best available version of Agar is 1.4.1.
Precompiled binary packages are available for some platforms:
- Windows / i386 (VC): agar-1.4.1-win32-i386.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (VC): agar-1.4.1-win32-i386-nofreetype.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (VC): agar-1.4.1-win32-i386-nothreads.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (VC): agar-1.4.1-win32-i386-nofreetype_nothreads_nosdl.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (MinGW32): agar-1.4.1-mingw32.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (MinGW32): agar-1.4.1-mingw32-nothreads.zip (PGP)
- Windows / i386 (MinGW32): agar-1.4.1-mingw32-nofreetype_nothreads_nosdl.zip (PGP)
If you wish to compile Agar from an IDE, make sure to download the .zip package (IDE "project files" are only contained in the .zip distribution). Step-by-step guides for compiling and installing Agar on specific platforms are available from the Documentation section.
Subversion access is available from the following repository URL. Write access is available for developers interested in contributing to the project. Note: Since we only bump shared library revisions on stable releases, if you are using a SVN snapshot of Agar, make sure to always recompile your applications after recompiling Agar.
- Subversion: https://dev.csoft.net/agar/trunk
Older Agar releases are available on this page.
It is important to verify the authenticity of the distributions, especially if you are downloading Agar from a mirror site. The Agar source distributions are signed by vedge at hypertriton.com. Get the public key (0x206C63E6) from a public key server or from here. See the GnuPG website for more information about public key signatures.
The fingerprint should match:
B417 798B D84D A51F 50D2 B5AC EBDA 9F3D 206C 63E6
Agar uses the BSDBuild
build system. It is not necessary to install BSDBuild in order to build
Agar or modify its Makefiles, because part of it comes bundled with the
source distribution. However, if you want to properly edit/regenerate
the configure script or compile custom IDE project files, BSDBuild needs
to be installed.
Users of the Vim editor may find the following syntax file helpful when developing with Agar.