[Bioperl-l] [BioSQL-l] Problem loading GO.
lpritc at scri.ac.uk
Tue Apr 17 12:55:38 EDT 2007
On Tue, 2007-04-17 at 11:18 -0500, Chris Fields wrote:
> If you do find anything that is BioSQL- or Bioperl-related then file
> a bug report so we can track it. I agree with Hilmar that it's
> likely the parser is partly to blame.
I've submitted a bug report, mostly replicating my first post in this
thread. I added links to the appropriate point in the list archives so
that the rest of the discussion can be considered, too.
> We really appreciate the work you're putting into this!
Thanks - I'm just grateful that the Bio* repertoire is there at all so
that my problems are relatively minor (as opposed to attempting to
replicate the functionality independently).
Dr Leighton Pritchard B.Sc.(Hons) MRSC
D131, Plant Pathology Programme, SCRI
Errol Road, Invergowrie, Perth and Kinross, Scotland DD2 5DA
e:lpritc at scri.ac.uk w:http://bioinf.scri.ac.uk/lp
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
SCRI, Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA.
The Scottish Crop Research Institute is a charitable company limited by guarantee.
Registered in Scotland No: SC 29367.
Recognised by the Inland Revenue as a Scottish Charity No: SC 006662.
This email is from the Scottish Crop Research Institute, but the views
expressed by the sender are not necessarily the views of SCRI and its
subsidiaries. This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential
to the intended recipient at the e-mail address to which it has been
addressed. It may not be disclosed or used by any other than that addressee.
If you are not the intended recipient you are requested to preserve this
confidentiality and you must not use, disclose, copy, print or rely on this
e-mail in any way. Please notify postmaster at scri.ac.uk quoting the
name of the sender and delete the email from your system.
Although SCRI has taken reasonable precautions to ensure no viruses are
present in this email, neither the Institute nor the sender accepts any
responsibility for any viruses, and it is your responsibility to scan the email
and the attachments (if any).
More information about the Bioperl-l