17Re: [ssahausers] Re: Sanger SSAHA web pages updated
- Sep 19, 2002On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, coxtonyj wrote:
> Hi Will,That's great.
> Thanks for updating the Sanger web pages. When I get a few spare hours
> I'm going to try to put together version 3.1 which will contain fixes
> for a couple of minor bugs (most of which have been discussed on this
> group). If anyone has found any more bugs I would be pleased to hear
> about them here. I probably won't have time to put in any major new
> features though.
One idea was to get SSAHA up as a sourceforge project:
This would provide some project/source management for distributed SSAHA
development. Is there any support for this within this group?
I'm off for 2 weeks, so could look into this when I get back.
>I may get into the code at some stage, but probably on the client side
> If you have any problems with the code I would be glad to try and
> answer them via this group.
(still looking to write a perl client API). As my knowledge of C++ is
limited I'm sure I'll have lots to ask...
>Yup - I'll put this in place shortly.
> Tony Cox
> PS Would it be possible to include a link to this group from the
> Sanger web page?
> --- In ssahausers@y..., Will Spooner <whs@s...> wrote:
> > I'm currently maintaining the SSAHA web pages at Sanger (and SSAHA
> > it a hands-off manner).
> > The web pages have been updated with SSAHA v3 source and binaries:
> > http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/analysis/SSAHA/
> > I would obviously be delighted to recieve any feedback regarding the
> > page. If anyone could provide pre-built binaries for various
> platforms, I
> > will post these on the site.
> > If anyone has thoughts/comments about the future development of the
> > project, please post.
> > Kind regards,
> > Will
> > ---
> > Dr William Spooner whs@s...
> > Ensembl Web Developer http://www.ensembl.org
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