[Biopython-dev] BioSQL Loader.py patch

Leighton Pritchard lpritc at scri.sari.ac.uk
Thu Apr 6 09:28:48 UTC 2006

Hi all,

On Tue, 2006-04-04 at 19:55 +0100, Peter (BioPython Dev) wrote:
> Leighton Pritchard wrote:
> > I'm not sure if you want this here, or on the BioPython BugZilla, but
> Using bugzilla is probably a better idea 

Cheers,  I've put the patch on there, now.

> > The .diff is attached.  I've been living with the patched code for a
> > month without any issues, so it's been stable as far as I've needed it
> > to be (and has worked with all bacterial GenBank .gbk files and the
> > BioPython GenBank parser).
> Out of interest, are you running the CVS GenBank parser?

Not at the moment.  I've just installed it now, and I'll let you know if
there are any clashes with my uidate to Loader.py

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