In article <5c397v$gcl at gap.cco.caltech.edu>,
mathog at seqaxp.bio.caltech.edu writes:
>Anybody else care to comment?
Just as I understood it. Having the sources has a price, but the
package GCG+GCGtk will not be as expensive as DNAstar (if I remember
well the DNAstar price).
On the other hand, the libraries are there, and what a
programmer needs is perhaps only libraries documentation.
P.S.: I have to says that I don't use seqlab because of the colors.
I'm working mostly on zinc fingers, and having the same color for C and
A is really a bad choice... Should I ask GCG to recompile 3 versions
of seqlab with different colors for each domain I'm working on?
Lets go for the TO_DO:
-Coding colors in a configuration file (or several ones)
-Making Gelassemble work in seqlab (not the Wpi version)
I know, this should be posted to gcg, but the gcg team reads the news.
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