[Bioperl-l] Wiki inconsistency?
cjfields at uiuc.edu
Thu Jan 24 15:58:25 EST 2008
Maybe Sendu can answer more specifically, but I believe the extra
designation referred to the release candidate (of which bioperl-core
was the only one with '102'). You definitely want the core package.
The other ones with '100' are other bioperl-related distributions
which require the core package but have additional functionality
(BioSQL-related functions, wrapper modules, etc.).
On Jan 24, 2008, at 1:36 PM, Ryan Golhar wrote:
> I haven't used Bioperl in a while but recently started using it. I
> was using 1.4.0 but see on the website that 1.5.2 has been
> released. If I click on the link for 1.5.2 (http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/Release_1.5.2
> ), I see a two versions:
> However, If I click on the Downloads link on the left toolbar, then
> scroll down, I see 1.5.2 Developer Release. The tar file here
> points to current_core_unstable.tar.gz.
> Is this supposed to be this way? It seems a bit confusing. I think
> it might be appropriate to put all the download links in one
> location...just my two cents...
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