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Kitlist allows you to maintain lists of kit that you may require for various activities.  These may be for a vacation or a business trip.

The concept is that you maintain a full list of all items you may require for any activity.  Items can be grouped into categories.  Categories may relate to specific trips, or simply used to group items, e.g. items for hiking, cycling or horse-riding.  Each item may be in many categories, so any changes to an item are immediately reflected in all categories that it belongs to.  Items can be copied to and removed from categories in a variety of ways.

Kitlist is currently available as an open-source GTK+ version which runs on Linux and Mac OS X. A closed source version of Kitlist is available for iPadOS and iOS running on the iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch. It is free and without ads.

The following documentation is currently available:

The latest stable version is 1.1.0.

Downloads etc


The application is known to build on the following platforms:

See Installing Kitlist on Mac OS X for instructions on installing Kitlist on an Apple Mac.

See the README (pdf) in the root of the source code distribution.  for instructions for building from source.

Windows Build

The source code should compile for running on Windows, but it is no longer supported as I no longer have access to a machine running that OS.

See the README for the old instructions for creating a Windows XP build.


The GTK+ version of Kitlist is licenced under version 3 of the GPL

Kitlist is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


A clone of the source code repository for the open-source version is available using the git protocol at the following url git://


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