[Bioperl-l] bp_genbank2gff3.pl - circular genomes, origin-spanning features, and GFF3
lpritc at scri.ac.uk
Sat Apr 10 12:23:09 EDT 2010
Thanks for checking this out. The problem's actually with NC_002128.gbk -
there's a typo in my email to the list; NC_002127.gbk is good on my system
(I was swapping between 2128 and 2127 to try to see what could be going
wrong; sending a draft by accident probably didn't help either ;) ). Sorry
I'm cc-ing this back to the list so that the error is noted in the archive
(and to announce to the world that I can't type straight ;))
On 09/04/2010 Friday, April 9, 21:06, "Nathan Liles" <nml5566 at gmail.com>
> The converter has been patched to handle merged circular genomes, but
> there was an unexpected problem, so I had to comment it out. I may
> enable it as an optional feature in the future.
That sounds like a useful feature to have, when it's fixed. We've quite a
few bacterial genomes to deal with, so it will get some use.
Dr Leighton Pritchard MRSC
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