For a demo installation on Windows, the 64-bit (x64) installer is the easiest to use. The 32-bit (x86) installer is for older systems and does not include the R support. For Linux or Mac demos, choose the binary package, which requires Java 6 or above to be pre-installed.
Developers can choose platform source packages both with and without dependent libraries. Those without will download dependencies during the build. See the documentation for details or the alternative of forking from GitHub.
Windows Installer for OpenGamma Demo Installation. 64-bit version works with Windows Vista or later.
MSI format 191.38MB
Windows Installer for OpenGamma Demo Installation. This unsupported 32-bit version works with Windows Vista or later. We recommend the 64-bit release as the 32-bit release is rather memory constrained and so excludes support for the R programming language
MSI format 189.38MB
Windows, Linux and Mac demo binaries (no installer or bundled JVM). See "Getting Started and Quick Evaluation" in the documentation for further instructions.
GZipped tarball 80.83MB
Zip format 81.36MB
Source distribution of the OpenGamma Platform, including dependencies. See "Developing with the OpenGamma Source Code" in the documentation for instructions on how to build.
GZipped tarball 376.68MB
Zip format 384.71MB