In article <mangalam-0703961309490001 at buggus.mmg.uci.edu>,
mangalam at uci.edu (Harry Mangalam) wrote:
> a program for the restriction enzyme analysis of DNA
> Release 1.33
>> by Harry Mangalam, UC Irvine
> (mangalam at uci.edu, 714 824 4824)
>> # This posting is to announce the availability of 'tacg', a command line tool
> for the restriction enzyme analysis of DNA for unix-like operating systems.
> Binaries currently exist for IRIX (5.3), SunOS (5.3), OSF/1 (V3.0/347), and
> Linux(1.2.8); others will be made available as I find systems on which to
> compile them, or as others contribute binaries.
I've already picked some very useful suggestions and a few bug reports.
The easy suggestions and bug fixes will be incorporated into a new release
very soon, but in the interim, I realized that the SGI binary was compiled
with the '-mips2' flag which allows optimization for the R4000/R4400
chipset (currently the main SGI chipset). However I neglected that there
are still a large number of R3000-class machines out there and they can't
run that executable at all. So I've recompiled it for those machines as
well- it's the 'r3K' version included in the SGI distribution, all
And let those packets go free!
Harry J Mangalam, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, UC Irvine,
Irvine, CA, 92717, (714) 824-4824, fax (714) 824 8598