[Bioperl-l] Alignment Blast parser
whs at sanger.ac.uk
Fri Jan 23 09:53:42 EST 2004
Having looked at the code, it does seem sensible to split the
TextResultWriter->to_string method into component parts. This would allow
users like me, with detached HSPI objects kicking about, to reuse the
writer code, e.g:
my $writer = Bio::SearchIO::Writer::TextResultWriter->new();
my $hsp = Bio::Search::HSP::MyHSP->new(-id=>'foo');
print $writer->hsp_alignment_string( $hsp );
This approach would also allow TextResultWriter subclasses to get a bit
more granularity from the parent.
I'm happy to do the necessary, and will post a patch to bugzilla once
On Fri, 23 Jan 2004, Jason Stajich wrote:
> Currently the code to do this sort of thing is embedded in
> SearchIO::Writer::TextResultWriter but generates a whole report.
> Someone can move the code out that part of the code to a separate function
> so it can be used for situations like what Nathan is asking for. Not sure
> where it should go at this point other than in TextResultWriter - we don't
> really have a class of 'HSP consumers' other than in there.
> Will's code is smarter as it figures out the multiplier from the start/end
> while we code it up based on the alignment alg (TBLASTN, BLASTX, etc).
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