[...posting both in bionet and to help at gcg...]
In article <PMR.97Mar19163445 at unst.sanger.ac.uk>,
pmr at sanger.ac.uk writes:
> Ah, you have found one of those little differences. SeqLab has an
> extra gap character (for gaps at the ends of sequences) so all code
> that looked for '.' now has to do more work.
>> The changes to the default matrix files are tricky too. You have to
> remember which GCG version you are using if you have 8.1 and 9.0 both
Also, the changes in the MSF format (which appears without the
PileUp word at the beginning), this from version 8 (I think). Would it
be possible for GCG to make a little page on their web site only describing
what is constant in a specific format? This will help the interaction
between GCG and other programms (like Clustal ;-).
Well, before, we could have a look at sources, but now...
(I don't want to restart this story...).
Just my 2p.
Service de bioinformatique / bioinformatics service
IGBMC BP 163 67404 Illkirch France
tel :(France) 03 88 65 32 71 / (international) (+33) 3 88 65 32 71
e-mail : jeanmougin at igbmc.u-strasbg.fr
C'est pas parcequ'on monte au banc, qu'il faut descendre a jeun (Thiefaine)