[Pipet Devel] sequence editor

Dave Beck dave at arginine.umdnj.edu
Fri Mar 19 11:08:12 EST 1999

We need a CVS repository and strong documentation skills. ;)  I don't have
any problem working on shared sources....  I have found that it is pretty easy
when everyone uses the changelogs and people set up watches on sources they
are actively developing..

Quoting Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se (Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se):
> Dave Beck writes:
>  > Quoting Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se (Thomas.Sicheritz at molbio.uu.se):
>  > > I fear that I have to stop looking at python and the sequence editor for a
>  > > while ... to many meetings and to many unwritten thesises (=1) 
>  > 
>  > Thomas, would you mind if I started futzing with it?  I'd like to start
>  > porting my QT/C++ based sequence editor to Python/C/GTK and what you have
>  > is a terrific start...
> Sure - I feel that I have no time at all to start with the graphical stuff
> (I haven't succeeded yet compiling gnomelibs on my Sun). But I'd like to
> keep on a little on the python based - behind the scenes/nongraphic - sequence
> classes. Could we corporate with this ? Beside my thesis I have another
> genome which has to be analysed, parsed and annotated. I feel that I have
> the basic python sequence class ready to build my usual tools on it
> (read: I almost got used to python and don't really want to stop messing
> around with it)
> Suggestions ?
> -thomas
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