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PCGen 5.17.5 (Alpha) Released!

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  • David R. Bender
    PCGen 5.17.5 (Alpha) marks the PCGen team s shift of focus to the next developmental cycle. Download your free copy here:
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 2, 2011
      PCGen 5.17.5 (Alpha) marks the PCGen team's shift of focus to the next
      developmental cycle. Download your free copy here:


      One of the primary goals for this cycle (5.17.x/6.0) includes the
      completion of 'under-the-hood' architectural changes begun in 5.14.x and
      continued through 5.16.x. These changes, though for the most part
      invisible to the user, will make way for some long needed changes in the
      user experience as work begins on overhauling the User Interface and the
      LST Editors. Another benefit of the changes underway as part of this
      development cycle will be a furthering of PCGen's flexibility when
      working with the d20 rules system, but will in the end, also make it
      easier to adapt PCGen to the myriad rules system used throughout the
      gaming industry.

      You can see all of the changes included in this release by checking out
      the release notes:

      PCGen is an RPG character generator and maintenance program (d20
      systems). All datafiles are ASCII text files so they can be modified by
      users for their own campaigns. For more information about PCGen, join us
      at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pcgen/ or visit our website at
      http://pcgen.sourceforge.net and wiki at http://wiki.pcgen.org/.

      This software uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo
      Publishing, LLC, which are used under Paizo's Community Use Policy. We
      are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this
      content. This software is not published, endorsed, or specifically
      approved by Paizo Publishing. For more information about Paizo's
      Community Use Policy, please visit paizo.com/communityuse , the
      Community Use page. For more information about Paizo Publishing and
      Paizo products, please visit Paizo.Com.

      -- david

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