Thu, 7 Aug 1997 12:31:42 +0000 (GMT)
> Hi, everyone
> I'm just begining my first real perl project and it would have to do
> with automating sequence analysis tasks. As a grad student I would like
> to scavange as much as I can, and bioperl sounds like a great place to
> I'm Perl4 literate, and would like to convert to Perl5, but in the
> meantime, do you have a step-by-step explenation to the stupid perler of
> how to incorporate modules into a perl program? Could such an example be
> written if none exists?
is a simple example of a script that incorporates Bio::UnivAln.
SteveB and SteveC are currently working on a better bundling of
packages so that you will no longer need to edit the $INSTALL_PATH, etc.
As a general resource, there is
Also, the new Camel (``Programming Perl'', 2nd Ed.) covers the topic.
> My mail is being filtered. Putting the dollar sign in the subject will
> get your mail trashed.
Actually, you may be losing some important mail, because of these Perl $variables.
Oh well. Next in my inbox is probably a junk mailer who offers to get me removed
from other junk-mailer's address lists, for 500$ and a free phychic reading...