The new 2021 version is still based on the original BrickStore from 2005, but was modernized in every regard.
Installers for all supported platforms are now freely available on GitHub - see below for more information.
Everything is hosted on GitHub (the hosting provider for open-source projects):
There is a project Wiki with installation instructions
Bugs and feature request can also be reported there
BrickStore is a BrickLink offline management tool. It is multi-platform (Windows, macOS and Linux), multilingual (currently English, German and French), fast and stable.
Some things you can do with BrickStore much more efficiently than with any web based interface:
- Browse and search the BrickLink catalog using a live, as-you-type filter. It is using all the cores in your machine to be as fast as possible.
- Easily create XML files for Mass-Upload and Mass-Update either by parting out sets or by adding individual parts (or both).
- Download and view any order by order number.
- Download and view your whole store inventory. An easy way to use this for repricing, is to use the BrickLink Mass-Upload functionality.
- Price your items based on the latest price guide information.
- Create XML data for the BrickLink inventory upload.
- If you load files which contain items with obsolete item ids you can fix them using the BrickLink catalog change-log.
- Calculate differences between two documents: you can easily check, if it is possible to build a set given your current inventory.
- Set matching: given a list of items, BrickStore can tell you which sets you could build from them.
- Unlimited undo/redo support.
BrickStore doesn’t come with a complete documentation, but most everything has tool-tips: just hover over an element and you’ll get a short description. There’s also a page with tutorials.
BrickStore works on every Windows 32-bit and 64-bit operating system (7, 8.1 and 10), macOS (10.12 or newer) and Linux (packages are available for Ubuntu 20.04). If you want to (or need to) compile BrickStore yourself, then the only requirement is, that the Qt library you are building against has to be at least version 5.12).
BrickStore is copyrighted ©2004-2021 by Robert Griebl, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2. All data from www.bricklink.com is owned by BrickLink. Both BrickLink and LEGO are trademarks of the LEGO group, which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this software. All other trademarks recognized.
Only made possible by Dan Jezek’s support
This projects contains 3rd-party components under different licenses:
- src/minizip: see LICENSE.ZLIB
- src/lzma: see LICENSE.LGPLv21
- assets/icons: see COPYING-ICONS and COPYING-FLAGS