[Pipet Devel] more nice interfaces

Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se
Fri Feb 26 09:20:43 EST 1999

Hej again,

First, I don't remeber if I ahve allready replied to this ... :-)

 > Attached are screenshots of some more interfaces you might want to look at.  One
 > is of a sequence editor, and the other is of a sequence aligner.  Both are for
 > Windows, but they are very much along the line of what I was thinking of:
 > publication-quality WYSIWYG tools.

If you strip the windows feel and look ... ok. - but I thought we were
going  to make something more gimpish ...

Another commerc. application:
A former colleague send me this screendump (lousy quality) 

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 > BTW, how's the sequence editor coming along?
I just returned to work. I have just started to take a look into python and 
converted my biowish C module to a python extension.
if anyone is interested: http://evolution.bmc.uu.se/~thomas/tulip/

 * how can I combine a python module with a python class definition
   I want to add python code to the c-module ...
 * how can I implement this tcl code in python ?
   foreach i "reverse coplement antiparallel" {
       puts [eval bb_sequence.$i $seq]
 * what minimum set do I need for compiling gnome canvas ?
   I really dont want to compile all possible (sound,game ..) modules on my 
   solarisbox ...

c ya

Sicheritz Ponten Thomas E.  Department of Molecular Biology
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