Reinhard Doelz writes, regarding GDE:
|> The GDE is a analysis tool designed primarily for nucleic and amino acid
|> sequence analysis. The GDE currently runs on SUN SparcStations using
|> OpenWindows 2.0 or MIT X11R4. The programs use an expandable user interface
|> which allows the addition of external analysis functions without any rewriting
|> of code. Analysis functions can be written in any language ('C',Fortran,
|> Pascal Basic, shell scripts), and can be seamlessly merged into the systems
|> menu/dialog box interface.
|>|>|>smith at nucleus.harvard.edu
> How difficult is it to port this software to Silicon Graphics' IRIX?
> Did anyone try that or do you have such plans yourself? Interested?
I would also be very interested in an IRIX (4.0.1) version, even to the
extent of helping in the port - when will (or will?) the source be made public?
Looking forward to it!
Harry Mangalam Vox:(619) 453-4100, x250
Dept of Biocomputing Fax:(619) 552-1546
The Salk Institute mangalam at salk-sc2.sdsc.edu
10010 N Torrey Pines Rd mangalam at salk-sgi.sdsc.edu
La Jolla CA 92037 mangalam at salk.bitnet