97Re: ssaha2 v1.0.4
- May 18, 2007Dear Charles/Adam
I have made the changes necessary to get 'original' SSAHA to compile
under gcc 4.1.2 and uploaded a new version of the package to this
group as a gzipped tar file. I suspect my changes replicate the
patches Conrad Halling was kind enough to make, the link to which
unfortunately no longer seems to work.
I have taken the liberty of naming this 'version 3.3' of the SSAHA
tarball and updating the release dates etc.
I have verified that this new version compiles successfully with GCC
4.1.2 under Cygwin and also with GCC 3.2.2 on RedHat 9. The test
scripts and executables run to completion in both cases. Note that
for the client/server version I only verified that the code compiled,
however I did not change any of this code so there is no reason to
suppose that it won't work.
I hope this is useful, if there are any problems let me know and I
will try to find the time to fix them.
Dr. Anthony J. Cox
UK Computational Biology Group
Chesterford Research Park
Little Chesterford, Essex CB10 1XL
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Charles Plessy <yahoo@...> wrote:
> Le Fri, May 04, 2007 at 04:21:54PM +0100, Adam Spargo a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > Sorry if I haven't replied to resent requests in person, all
> > issues should be solved by this new release:
> > http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/analysis/SSAHA2/
> > Cheers,
> > Adam.
> > --
> Dear Adam,
> there is a major difference between SSAHA and SSAHA2: the first is
> software, and unfortunately the second is not.
> I would be happy to pacakge SSAHA for the Debian GNU/Linux operating
> system, but I am not a C programmer, so I can not do anything
> the patch for GCC 4.0 mentionnend on the homepage of SSAHA. But it
> to be lost... Do you have a copy somewhere ?
> Have a nice day,
> Charles Plessy
> Debian-Med packaging team
> Wako, Saitama, Japan
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