[Bioperl-l] ncurses and bioperl?
roy.chaudhuri at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 12:47:26 EST 2009
Not a Bioperl solution, but retree from the Phylip package displays
trees in a terminal.
On 15/12/2009 17:18, Tristan Lefebure wrote:
> (Be careful: the following is a very naive question)
> Something that I find myself missing is a simple way to look
> at alignments and trees on remote machines where I don't
> have access to X. Since,
> (1) one can make wonderful terminal programs like screen
> and emacs by using ncurses,
> (2) that alignment and tree objects are already well
> handled in bioperl, and
> (3) that there is a CPAN Curses module;
> doing 1+2+3, may I dream of a curse/bioperl perl program to
> render alignment and trees? I suppose a plain C program
> would be much better, but well I am a biologist...
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