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AJAX covers standard data structures, including strings, sequences, file handles, queues, hashes, heaps, lists, dictionaries, trees and dynamic arrays. It also covers standard algorithms including comparisons, pattern matching, sorting, and iterators. AJAX will also provide a set of high level graphics functions suited to the needs of sequence analysis applications.
This package contains the runtime library files needed to run software using libajax.
emboss (6.1.0-5) unstable; urgency=low * The source package is now managed with Git (debian/control). - VCS URLs updated in debian/control. * debian/changelog: corrected an error on a progam name (vectorstrip). * debian/patches/transient-vectorstrip.patch: keep quality scores. * Two new patches not yet officialised: - debian/patches/transient-vectorstrip.patch: retain quality scor more»
Version 6.1.0 A new data structure AjPSeqXref holds details of cross-references between a sequence object and any other data resource. The cross-reference attributes include a type to indicate the source of the cross-reference, for example XREF_DR for a reference in a DR line from EMBL or Swiss-Prot. The other attributes are the database name and up to 4 identifiers (as in the Swiss-Prot DR more»
The EMBOSS package for Debian was initially prepared by Matt Hope (email@example.com) in 2002-2004 and released on (http://debian.bioinformatics.unsw.edu.au/). The package distributed in Debian was prepared by the "pkg-emboss" project in 2006, using the work of Matt Hope as a starting point. The packaging work of the pkg-emboss project is in the public domain unless stated otherwise. ------------- more»