[Biopython-dev] Adding a new package to Biopython

Mario Latendresse latendre at AI.SRI.COM
Wed Oct 1 05:54:44 UTC 2014

Hi Evan,

Thank you for your reply.

PythonCyc has been uploaded today on GitHub: 
The module will be usable with Pathway Tools 18.5, which is coming up in 
November 2014.
I will consult the documentation pointers you provided below.


-- Mario Latendresse
SRI International

On 9/29/14, 11:30 PM, Evan Parker wrote:
> Hi Mario!
> A good starting point is at the wiki page on contributing 
> (http://biopython.org/wiki/Contributing) an outline of what makes a 
> good contribution and what criteria your code needs to meet is covered 
> thoroughly there. The Git usage document 
> (http://biopython.org/wiki/GitUsage) is helpful if you haven't forked 
> a project on GitHub before; once ready, code is submitted by making a 
> pull request on GitHub.
> Even if the module is not fully ready yet, you might consider 
> providing more details on the module to this list so we could give 
> early feedback and/or connect you with somebody that maintains similar 
> code in Biopython. If your module is currently hosted on Github or 
> another public repository, posting it would be really useful.
> -Evan
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 10:44 PM, Mario Latendresse 
> <latendre at ai.sri.com <mailto:latendre at ai.sri.com>> wrote:
>     Hello,
>     I would like to add a new module to Biopython. What is the process
>     to do so?
>     This module is called PythonCyc. It is a Python interface to the
>     Pathway Tools software.
>     Thanks,
>     -- Mario Latendresse
>     SRI International
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