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citygen is a program which creates Medieval city and kingdom demographics. The demographics are completely configurable with options to force certain professions and to limit specific buildings. It's very handy for AD&D and other RPGs.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Dec 1999 13:14

    Release Notes: citygen now uses configure, will try ./profsv if data isn't installed in its place, and allows for an easier system-wide install.

    •  22 Dec 1999 12:02

      Release Notes: First freshmeat announcement.

      Recent comments

      28 Mar 2001 12:48 jeffcovey

      If you want to change your URLs, please use the "update branch"
      function on the branch's project menu. This is much more efficient
      and convenient than posting comments and hoping someone will see them
      and do something about them.



      25 Mar 2001 06:52 phantomlord

      moved again
      now located at <a
      href=""> since is no longer hosting dynamic dns

      01 Aug 2000 21:21 phantomlord

      citygen has moved
      Now hosted at (

      OCHRE (OCHRE Campaign Helper and Readying Environment) aims to be an entire package dedicated to helping create and maintain a RPG campaign. A GTK frontend is the primary focus but there will be console versions of the tools developed too.

      22 Dec 1999 11:35 shaman

      Possible problem with some SYSV systems, fixable.
      Add -lm to the Makefile to get the program to compile. Depends on the math library.

      I also modified city.c so that it pointed to /opt/gnu/etc/profsv so that I could install the program in the path without keeping a separate directory.


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