Author Archives: Chris Fields

BioPerl release 1.6.923

The latest BioPerl release (v1.6.923) is now available on CPAN. This is a point release to address a few bugs, as well as push out the recent code updates that Francisco Ossandón has made to improve Windows support and improve … Continue reading

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Initial release of BioPerl Bio::Community distribution

Note: I’m reposting here the original announcement from Florent Angly on the BioPerl mail list. Dear all, Some time ago, I announced that I was working on a set of BioPerl modules collectively forming the Bio-Community distribution. These Moose-based modules provide objects to … Continue reading

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BioPerl v.1.6.910 released

UPDATE: As a bit of time has passed since we originally intended to make a new release, I forgot that (in that time period) Carnë Draug had released a split-out version of Bio::Biblio to CPAN this past March. Unfortunately that … Continue reading

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BioPerl-DB, BioPerl-Run, BioPerl-Network 1.6.9 released

The latest BioPerl-DB, BioPerl-Run, and BioPerl-Network code has been released to CPAN: BioPerl-Run BioPerl-DB BioPerl-Network Please report any bugs to our Redmine server. Enjoy! chris

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BioPerl 1.6.9 released

BioPerl 1.6.9 is now available in CPAN.  In this release: Refactored Bio::Species/Bio::Tree New SeqIO modules (gbxml, msout, mbsout) Updates for perl 5.12 Bio::Assembly support for SAM/BAM, Newbler, ace output Bio::DB::SeqFeature updates PAML updated to work with v. 4.4d lots of … Continue reading

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Introduction of OpenID logins for OBF wikis

Due to a huge influx of spam across all OBF wikis, we are in the process of locking down new user account creation and adding OpenID logins for the OBF wikis (BioPerl example). User account creation via the old login … Continue reading

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OBF Redmine server now available

The OBF now has a sparkly new Redmine instance running on Amazon EC2, thanks to efforts from Chris Dagdigian and Jason Stajich (with some admin help from yours truly).  Bugs and user names (along with email contacts) from our old Bugzilla … Continue reading

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BioPerl has moved to GitHub

BioPerl has migrated to git and GitHub!  We have also set up a mirror set of several key repositories at the great public git hosting site repo.or.cz. If you are a current BioPerl developer (had a previous account for direct access … Continue reading

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BioPerl at GMOD Meeting 2010

BioPerl developers and users attended the BioPerl satellite meeting on January 13th, just prior to the GMOD Meeting.  Several items were covered on the agenda: In order to start addressing whole genome data with more lightweight objects, we are planning on … Continue reading

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BioPerl interview in latest FLOSS Weekly

Two of the core BioPerl developers, Jason Stajich and Chris Fields, were interviewed by FLOSS Weekly.  The interview is now available as an MP3 on the FLOSS Weekly website; several streaming versions (including podcast) are also available.

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