In article <subogea5ilm.fsf at europa.sanger.ac.uk>,
Peter Rice <pmr at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
>>Yes, we do have a parser. I get to write them first because we index
>"PFAMNEW" "PFAMANEW" and so on when a new release is in preparation.
>Getting SRS to accept the # character is especially tricky it seems.
>>SRS5 is very fussy about the Icarus file names, and they have to match
>the database names for SRSWWW to serve them up. The .is files seem to
>be available for PFAMA etc., but you can't see the .i file (which is
>really called pfam.i and defines all the databases) unless you go
>through database PFAM.
Peter, see my previous posting in this group where I posted a patch to
SRS 5.1 which fixes this bug, and causes iFile and itFile attributes of
libraries to be correctly used.