Category Archives: Development
We are pleased to announce the release of BioRuby 1.4.2. This new release fixes bugs existed in 1.4.1 and adds new features and improvement of performance. Here is a brief summary of changes.
Source distributions and Windows installers for Biopython 1.58 are available from the downloads page on the Biopython website and from the Python Package Index (PyPI). A new interface and parsers for the PAML (Phylogenetic Analysis by Maximum Likelihood) package of … Continue reading
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
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
The Biopython community is pleased to announce the release of Biopython 1.57. Source distributions and Windows installers are available from the downloads page on the Biopython website and from the Python Package Index. Bio.SeqIO now includes an index_db() function which … Continue reading
Google announced today the Open Bioinformatics Foundation (OBF) has been accepted as a mentoring organization for the 2011 Google Summer of Code! Continue reading
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
The Biopython team is pleased to release Biopython 1.56, almost exactly three months after our last stable release (Biopython 1.55). The Bio.SeqIO module has been updated to support protein EMBL files (used for the patents database), IMGT files (a variant … Continue reading
The forthcoming Biopython 1.56 release is planned to be our last release to support Python 2.4. If you would be negatively affected us dropping support for Python 2.4, please let us know as soon as possible. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the release of BioRuby 1.4.1. This new release fixes bugs existed in 1.4.0 and new features are added. Here is a brief summary of changes.