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sashimi project moves from CVS to Subversion (SVN)

Please see http://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=69281 for information on using Subversion with our project.

Posted by Natalie Tasman 2007-07-19

Documentation avaliable at SPC Tools Wiki

The SPC Tools Wiki (http://tools.proteomecenter.org/wiki/) documents many of the Sashimi project tools and encourages community involvement. Also, check out the SPC Tools newsgroup at http://groups.google.com/group/spctools-discuss for an active community discussion regarding the Sashimi tools.

Posted by Natalie Tasman 2007-04-11

Sashimi project is now LGPL

All tools on this project are now distributed under the LGPL license.

Posted by Jimmy Eng 2006-09-26

Information for the IBM linuxPPC contestants

The sashimi project has been selected for the linuxPPC contest organized by IBM. Here are some information regarding the port of our software.
1. This project contains various types of programs, written in various languages and for various OSs. The following are server-side C/C++ applications:
- pep3D
- ASAPRatio
- XPRESS
- INTERACT
- readmzXML
- RAP
- RAMP
- mzXML2Other

2. If you want to test your port on some real life mass spectrometry data, you can download one of the datasets from http://sashimi.sf.net/repository.html... read more

Posted by Patrick Pedrioli 2004-10-31

Less restrictive license for sashimi RAP.

To facilitate the collaboration with our external partners at InSilico the license of our Random Access Parser has been changed from GPL to LGPL.

Posted by Patrick Pedrioli 2003-05-06