If you intend to compile PARI/GP from a source distribution, make sure
GNU MP and
GNU readline libraries are already
installed on your system. They are not mandatory but make the
calculator respectively faster and more user-friendly. (See the Extras
section for details.)
You may also want to download some Optional
corresponding to the latest version with all current patches applied.
Windows, binary distributions First determine whether you are
running a 32-bit
or 64-bit version of Windows (probably 64-bit on recent systems),
then select the appropriate binary:
- Stable 32-bit version: Pari32-2-13-2.exe (87.4 MB), Jun 10 2021
- Stable 64-bit version: Pari64-2-13-2.exe (93.0 MB), Jun 24 2021
- Daily Snapshots (32-bit,
basic GP binaries built daily from the
master branch. Bleeding edge !
MacOS, binary distributions
Basic GP binary for MacOS
- Stable : gp-2.13.2-osx (11.1 MB), Jun 10 2021
Basic DMG for MacOS (no packages)
- Stable : PariGP-2.13.2.dmg (17.1 MB), Jun 10 2021
Full DMG for MacOS (all packages)
Snapshot from our GIT server
a basic GP binary built daily from the
Android, binary distributions
The GP to C compiler translates GP scripts to PARI programs.
- The GNU readline
library provides line editing under GP, an automatic context-dependent
completion, and an editable history of commands.
- The GNU MP library can be used as a
replacement for the native multiprecision kernel. It is rather faster than
the native kernel
The PariEmacs package. Require PARI/GP-2.4.1 and up.
GP can be run in an Emacs buffer, with all the obvious advantages if you are
familiar with this editor. This package was developped alongside PARI/GP
for a long time. It is now developped independently and must be downloaded
separately. (In particular, PARI/GP and PariEmacs may be upgraded
- perl (used by the
script) provides extended online help (full text from this manual) about
functions and concepts, which can be used under GP or independently.
The complete PARI/GP archive with older versions is available via