Bioperl: Re: Bioperl/Announce Bioperl central distribution is ready!
Thu, 10 Dec 1998 16:48:55 -0500
I got everything to build and install with one minor snag;
a path was left in Bio/Root/Utilities.pm
# $GNU_PATH may be required for executing gzip/gunzip
# in some situations. Customize for your site or leave# it as a null string.
#$GNU_PATH = '';
$GNU_PATH = '/tools/gnu/bin/';
Thought you would wanna know.
On Thu, Dec 10, 1998 at 11:37:33AM -0800, Steve Chervitz wrote:
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> Announcing the first official release of the
> Bioperl central distribution:
> This is the first coordinated release of the public domain Perl
> modules for computational biology being co-developed under the banner
> of the Bioperl Project: http://bio.perl.org/.
> Some highlights of this distribution:
> * Includes Ewan Birney's Bio/Compile/SW package containing
> XS-linked C code for creating sequence alignments using the
> Smith-Waterman dynamic programming algorithm from within Perl.
> * Incorporates the latest version of Steve Chervitz's Blast
> module distribution for parsing/running/analyzing Blast reports.
> * Includes Georg Fuellen's Bio::UnivAln.pm for multiple alignment
> object and Chris Dagdigian's core Bio::Seq.pm object.
> * Expanded set of example scripts for all included modules.
> * Detailed documentation for all included modules.
> More about the Bioperl project can be found at the recently updated
> bio.perl.org website, which has some new features as well.
> Comments and discussion about this distribution should be directed at
> the Bioperl discussion list: email@example.com.
> On behalf of the Bioperl developers,
> Steve A. Chervitz
> Bioperl Coordinator
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