Indigo Development Releases

This page contains experimental development builds that can have issues and API can change in future.

We provide library bindings for Python, Java, and .NET. These bindings contain Indigo binary modules for the specified platform. For example, build for Windows includes 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Indigo binary modules and can be used both in 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Indigo library automatically loaded required binary module depending on your platform. Universal builds include all other binary modules and can be used in cross-platform applications.

We also provide native shared libraries to use Indigo in your native application, or use static libraries if your prefer to avoid shared libraries dependencies.

Indigo 1.2.1-dev

22 May 2014

Main changes:

  • New Bingo plugin for Indigo.
  • C++ dependent libraries being statically linked with Indigo to avoid external dependency on libstd++ or libc++
  • Indigo code uses C++11 standard with the build binaries are absolutely portable across various Windows, Linux and Mac OS version

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Native library

Shared libraries: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X

Static libraries are not distributed because they depends on the compiler. You can build you version from the sources.

Indigo 1.2.1-layout-dev

17 April 2014

In this version we added significantly improved our 2D coordinate generation algorithm for molecules with macrocycles. SDF with several structures is included in the archives. Ask us for Linux and Mac versions if needed in the indigo-dev support group

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