Since the summer 2014 the latest LSD distribution is stored at GitHub for an easier maintainance. You can download the latest version of the LSD distribution system here.
The whole project can be accessed here: https://github.com/marcov64/Lsd
LSD 6.2 (zip): zipped file, including all packages required for Windows systems. Non-Windows users can use the same file, following the instructions in the Readme.txt file (and deleting the useless 'Lsd61/gnu' folder)
Few bug fixes and improved speed.
LSD 6.1 (zip): zipped file, including all packages required for Windows systems. Non-Windows users can use the same file, following the instructions in the Readme.txt file (and deleting the useless 'Lsd61/gnu' folder)
This version fixes a few errors emerged in the 6.0 version, the most relevant one being the changed grammar for the command used to create new objects. All example models have been revised so that, still with poor documentation, they do compile & run with the new code. LMM issues, such as double-pasting in X11-based versions are also fixed.
LSD 6.0 (zip). This is a beta version with a new computational engine (i.e. faster simulations) and several fixes and improvements (e.g. smaller windows for netbooks). It has been tested on Ubuntu, Mac OS 10.6 and Windows 7 and works smoothly. A few example models written with the old C++ code may issue an error when creating new objects (can be fixed using the macro version of the command). The distribution is designed for Windows systems; users of other systems can scrap the directory "gnu" and proceeding as usual (compile LMM, etc.).
If you already have installed an older LSD version you can simply install the new one in a different directory. Models developed with the older directory will work, and can be ported in the new version simply copying all the content of the directory "Work".
LSD 5.9 (zip): a zipped version for Windows systems
LSD 5.9 (exe): self-extracting Windows version
LSD 5.9 (zip): for Unix and Mac.
All the three versions are identical, but for the Windows versions that include the required compiler, libraries, etc. Unix and Mac installation require the development versions of Tcl/Tk. See installation instruction or the Readme.txt file.