Last updated: Sat Apr 3 13:51:46 2021

Contents

v19.0 Releases
v16.0 Releases
v12.0 Releases
v11.0 Releases
v10.0 Releases
v9.4 Releases
v9.3 Releases
Free tools!
Dictionaries
Contributed Macros

Demos

The following is a list of demonstrations, using CRiSP, created with the "fcterm" terminal emulator. (See tools for how to obtain this free software).

Downloading

This allows you to download new and old versions of CRiSP. Some of these versions are older versions for customers on maintenance. If you are trying CRiSP for the first time, please download the latest release available.

The software available here is provided on an as is basis. Please contact one of the sales outlets or Crisp.Editor@gmail.com if you would like to know more about the options for purchase, support and resolving any issues.

If you want to try out one of these versions of CRiSP, but have CRiSP already installed then the best option is to install the software into an alternate directory. You can copy your existing configuration over by copying $HOME/.Crisp (for Unix) or install\config for Windows to an alternate directory and setting the CRCONFIG environment variable to point to this directory before invoking this test release.

This will give you maximum flexibility in switching between the older and newer versions of software.

NOTE: The files are provided in various formats - via http and ftp. If you have issues, e.g. due to firewall blocking the file type, then select an alternate download. The files are typically executables, but you have the option of a tarball or self-extracting shell-archive. For shell-archive, you can run "sh <filename>" or make the downloaded script executable and run it. The shell archive has a small self-extraction load at the top of the script, but the remainder is binary data.

	$ chmod 755 crisp-linux-x86_64-b6135.exe
	$ ./crisp-linux-x86_64-b6135.exe

The files are self-installing compressed-tar files. You will be asked to select where to install the software.

Note that the Unix binaries will perform a checksum test of the file - so you may see a delay at first as it scans the binary to ensure no corruptions occurred when downloading the files.

Version 19.0

The following section lists the version 19.0 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Date Description MD5SUM
03-Apr-2021 TAR .SH CRiSP 19.0.6 for Linux for RaspberryPi (Ubuntu) (8505K)
here
01-Mar-2021 TAR .SH CRiSP 19.0.6 for Linux for RaspberryPi (Debian) (armv7l) (8273K)
here
27-Jan-2021 TAR .SH CRiSP 19.0.6 for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8968K)
here
06-May-2019 TAR .SH CRiSP 19.0.2 for Windows 10 (32-bit) (8969K)
here
07-Jan-2021 TAR .SH CRiSP 19.0.6 for Windows 10 (64-bit) (12788K)
here

Version 16.0

The following section lists the version 16.0 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

The RaspberryPi release (linux-armv6l) is supplied "as-is" and free-of-charge. You dont need a license to run it, and is designed to help "put back" something into the community.

Date Description MD5SUM
24-Dec-2017 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.18 for Apple MAC OS X 10.11 El Capitaine (x86) X11 version (9780K)
here
04-Nov-2017 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.16 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.11 El Capitaine - DMG file (10495K)
here
04-Nov-2017 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.16 for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8948K)
here
28-Aug-2018 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.20 for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8821K)
here
26-Jun-2017 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.11 for Windows 32-bit Vista/7/8/10 (8960K)
here
28-Aug-2018 TAR .SH CRiSP 16.0.20 for Windows 64-bit Vista/7/8/10 (9683K)
here

Version 12.0

The following section lists the version 12.0 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

The RaspberryPi release (linux-armv6l) is supplied "as-is" and free-of-charge. You dont need a license to run it, and is designed to help "put back" something into the community.

Date Description MD5SUM
21-Jul-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.7 for Apple MAC OS X 10.6 (x86) X11 version (9476K)
here
11-May-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.6 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.6 native Cocoa - DMG file (9662K)
here
05-Dec-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.8 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.9 native Cocoa - DMG file (10178K)
here
21-Jul-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.7 for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8727K)
here
21-Jul-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.7 for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8626K)
here
08-Nov-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.2 for Windows 32-bit XP/Vista/7/8 (8804K)
here
28-Jul-2015 TAR .SH CRiSP 12.0.7 for Windows 64-bit XP/Vista/7/8 (9286K)
here

Version 11.0

The following section lists the version 11.0 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

The RaspberryPi release (linux-armv6l) is supplied "as-is" and free-of-charge. You dont need a license to run it, and is designed to help "put back" something into the community.

Date Description MD5SUM
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Apple MAC OS X 10.6 (x86) X11 version (9493K)
here
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.6 native Cocoa - DMG file (9570K)
here
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Apple MAC OS X 10.9 (x86) X11 version (9329K)
here
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.9 native Cocoa - DMG file (9425K)
here
24-Jun-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.8 for Linux for RaspberryPi (Debian) (7854K)
here
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8458K)
here
26-Aug-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.35 for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8610K)
here
28-Feb-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.25 for OpenBSD 5.5 x86/64-bit and above (8468K)
here
19-Jul-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.33 for Windows 32-bit XP/Vista/7/8 (8795K)
here
19-Jul-2014 TAR .SH CRiSP 11.0.33 for Windows 64-bit XP/Vista/7/8 (9233K)
here

Version 10.0

The following section lists the version 10.0 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

Date Description MD5SUM
22-Jan-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.0a for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.5 native Cocoa - DMG file (8796K)
here
01-May-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.32 for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.6 native Cocoa - DMG file (9756K)
here
24-May-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.0f for FreeBSD8 x86_64 (7627K)
here
01-May-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.32 for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8198K)
here
01-May-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.32 for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8337K)
here
08-Mar-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.0b for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 32-bit) (7456K)
here
08-Mar-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.0b for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 64-bit) (7707K)
here
07-Feb-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.24 for Windows 32-bit 2000/XP/Vista/7 (8262K)
here
07-Feb-2012 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.24 for Windows 64-bit 2000/XP/Vista/7 (8886K)
here
30-May-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.1a for Apple MAC OS X 10.5 (x86) X11 version (8289K)
here
30-May-2010 TAR .SH CRiSP 10.0.1a for Apple MAC OS X 10.6 (x86) X11 version (8289K)
here

Version 9.4

The following section lists the version 9.4 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

Date Description MD5SUM
05-Dec-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1f for AIX 4.1 upwards (7221K)
here
21-Aug-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1e for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.5 native Cocoa - DMG file (8704K)
here
25-May-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1b for HPUX 10.x and above (7786K)
here
25-Sep-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1f for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (7800K)
here
25-Sep-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1f for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8197K)
here
22-Sep-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1e for OpenBSD 4.4 and above (7448K)
here
29-Jul-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1c for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 32-bit) (7319K)
here
29-Jul-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1c for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 64-bit) (7563K)
here
21-Aug-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1e for Win 95/98/ME, NT/2000/XP/Vista (8140K)
here
03-Aug-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.4.1d for Apple MAC OS X 10.5 (x86) X11 version (8425K)
here

Version 9.3

The following section lists the version 9.3 binaries available. Older versions are available below. Release notes available here.

Please note, for Linux, the new Unified binaries can be used - these are designed to run on all (old and new) Linux releases, by avoiding issues which cause GLIBC dependencies. You can run the 32-bit version on a 64-bit kernel, but not the other way around.

Date Description MD5SUM
18-Feb-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.2b for AIX 4.1 upwards (7173K)
here
31-Mar-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.6a for Apple MAC OS X(PPC) >= 10.4 native Cocoa - DMG file (8964K)
here
22-Feb-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.2b for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.4 native Cocoa - DMG file (8724K)
here
31-Mar-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.6a for Apple MAC OS X(X86) >= 10.5 native Cocoa - DMG file (8688K)
here
18-May-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4a for HPUX 10.x and above (7758K)
here
05-Jun-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4b for HPUX 11.x for Itanium (32-bit) (11786K)
here
11-Nov-2007 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.1a for Linux using GLIBC 2.1 (6369K)
here
16-Jan-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.5c for Linux using GLIBC 2.2 (7448K)
here
02-Nov-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.5b for Linux using GLIBC 2.3 (7668K)
here
03-Jan-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.5c for Linux x86/32-bit GLIBC 2.5 (7680K)
here
03-Jan-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.5c for Linux x86/64-bit GLIBC 2.5 (8058K)
here
07-Feb-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.6a for Linux x86/32-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (7709K)
here
07-Feb-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.6a for Linux x86/64-bit Unified binary - for any glibc release (8031K)
here
15-Aug-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4b for OpenBSD 3.7 and above (7482K)
here
23-Mar-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.3a for Solaris Intel 2.6 upwards (7186K)
here
31-Aug-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4c for Solaris Intel 10 upwards (32-bit) (8085K)
here
31-Aug-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4c for Solaris Intel 10 upwards (64-bit) (8085K)
here
03-Oct-2007 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.0c for Solaris Sparc 2.6 upwards (6235K)
here
18-May-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4a for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 32-bit) (7312K)
here
18-May-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4a for Solaris 10 upwards (SPARC 64-bit) (7571K)
here
31-Mar-2009 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.6a for Win 95/98/ME, NT/2000/XP/Vista (8032K)
here
17-Sep-2007 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.0c for Apple MAC OS X 10.4 (ppc) X11 version (7546K)
here
24-Dec-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.5b for Apple MAC OS X 10.4 (x86) X11 version (8677K)
here
23-Sep-2008 TAR .SH CRiSP 9.3.4c for Apple MAC OS X 10.5 (x86) X11 version (8405K)
here

Free tools

Below is a link to fcterm which is a color xterm replacement which can be used on Linux X-Windows to run the cr binary. It has a lot more features than standard xterms including multi-terminal support.

fcterm for Linux. Source code available on github.

Dictionaries

These files are normally included in the complete releases of CRiSP. If you download from this site then the distributions will only contain American and British dictionaries. Download any of these to update your system.

Each file will need to be stored in the dict/ directory. These files are GZIPed binary files, so when you have downloaded them, you will need to unzip them before installing the LANGUAGE.dic file.

You may need to use your browsers Save as.. button to avoid the browser attempting to display these files (they will display as rubbish if you do not).

13-Dec-1999 American dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 British English dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 Dutch dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 Finnish dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 French dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 German dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 Italian dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 American/spanish dictionary.
13-Dec-1999 Swedish dictionary.