[Bioperl-l] Re: GuessSeqFormat problems
avilella at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 06:17:14 EDT 2005
El dt 16 de 08 del 2005 a les 10:56 +0100, en/na Andreas Kahari va
> On Tue, Aug 16, 2005 at 10:42:20AM +0100, Andreas Kahari wrote:
> > Yes, in some cases. For a format to "win", its test needs to
> > be the "last one standing" after all the others have failed.
> Looking at the code for the first time in some time, I realize
> this is not how it is actually done, but almost. If any one
> line (one at the time, from the start and onwards) from the
> input data matches only one format, then the guesser returns
> that format as the format of the data.
> Maybe it would be better if tests were ticked off the list as
> they failed and never re-run?
GuessSeqFormat would tick off the format if the next $lineno regex
- Look at line 1, tick off the formats that won't comply with the
($lineno == 1 && $line =~/regex/)
- Look at line 2, further eliminate the formats that won't comply with
the ($lineno == 2 && $line =~/regex/).
- and so on for line 3, 4 (and presumably not much more).
This should eliminate cases were a format passes the regex for line 2
although line 1 indicates it is not that format. I suppose this is what
was happening in my pir/phylip case.
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