[Biococoa-dev] biococoa svn and everything

Scott Christley schristley at mac.com
Tue Sep 11 15:12:32 EDT 2007

Hello Davide,

If you send me a patch with your changes, I can apply it to the  
repository.  You would need to be given developer access in order to  
commit the changes yourself.

As for testing, there is a target in the Xcode project called "Test -  
BCFoundation" which tests some of the classes, it is not a  
comprehensive test suite but it does check a number of things.  If  
you build that target, it automatically runs the tests; you can see  
the output of the tests in the Build Results windows, specifically  
the Build Transcripts view in the middle section.  I don't believe  
there are any BCSequenceReader tests yet, maybe you would like to  
donate the first one with a simple test for the macvector format?


On Sep 11, 2007, at 10:17 AM, Davide Cittaro wrote:

> Hi there, after some time I've decided to open biococoa framework  
> and try my very first cocoa coding experience.
> I've added a method to BCSequeceReader so that one can read  
> sequences from macvector. I would like to commit my changes but  
> biococoa website (and bioinformatics.org after all) is not  
> available at this time.
> Also I would like to test annotation parsing capabilities, but the  
> demo provided (translation and peptides) only manage sequences...  
> Is there software built on BioCocoa I can use to test the framework  
> extensively?
> Thanks
> d
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