It was brought to my attention recently that readseq didn't work right
in a Java Servlet container (since it was written before servlets, not
a big surprise). An update fixes this and there is a simple (but not
full featured) JSP page showing its use. Find the update at
readseq.jar - program
readseq.jsp - simple java server page
readseq-2.1.23-src.zip - source code
Some future time I will write a full-featured JSP to offer
all the readseq options and replace its older cgi implementation.
-- Don Gilbert
Reads and writes nucleic/protein sequences in various
formats. Data files may have multiple sequences.
classic - the 1993 release, in C code
java - the 1999 release, in Java code
The java version 2, first available in 1999, continues support for the
"classic" C version, in that it includes the same command-line options.
It also has extensions for sequence documentation, feature table and other
additions, plus new sequence format conversions, and a lot of bug
fixing. The java version includes a Graphic User Interface, and a
Web (CGI) interface, as well as the classic Command line interface.
This java version is also more efficient, working faster than
the compiled C classic version.
In other words, you probably want the newer java version.
PUBLIC DOMAIN NOTICE:
This software is freely available to the public for use. The
author, Don Gilbert, of Readseq and the Java package
'iubio.readseq' does not place any restriction on its use or
reproduction. Developers are encourged to incorporate parts in
their programs. I would appreciate being cited in any work or
product based on this material. This software is provided without
warranty of any kind.
-- gilbertd at indiana.edu--http://marmot.bio.indiana.edu/